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The wise farmer, when he h
lays one side a part of his crop
sons when cash receipts are I
-may be less bountiful.
There is no better place to
Commercial Bank -
You cah deposil. on an oper
you can invest I an savings a
earn four per cent You can v
which is not true of money loa
The Bank foi
JNO. M. KINARD, Presid<
0. B. MAYER,
Merely a matter of. .
earn, keeps growing e
prising after you have
People fall into the he
thoughtlessly, and imc
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 on t
We' extend every c
with safe and sound 1
Four per cent. paid
. Burglar I
] Finest Programn
* Races Every Di
1 South Carolinian
- be at the Fair for "I-]
as a good year or a good seasor
money to provide for the sea
ight or for a year when crop
put such a reserve than in Th
account subject to check, <
zcount where your money wi
Iways get money deposited her(
ned to friends.
r Your Savings.
J. Y. McFALL, Cashier
-pending less than yo
asier too, becomes su
practiced it for a whilE
Lbit of spending mone
igine they cannot savE
)ss and carefulness an
interest on Saving.
erry, S. C.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashi
G. B. CROMER, Atty.
-ry, S. C.
. .$ 50,000.0
. . . 25,000.0
. . . 235,000.0
on deposits in Saving
Fire Proof Vault..
J. E. NORWOOD,
0 2?, 1906
se Ever Arranged.
8 from everyvehere will
[ome Comit "CeIebra
y and Cane.
Farmers' Union Burea
-Conducted by the
South Carolina Farmers' Ed
tional and Go-Operation Uni
$WCommunications intended for
, department should be addressed to
Stribling, Pendleton, S. C.
S - Union News.
Hon. R. F. Duckworth, ex-pers
of the National Farmers' Union
e address the South Carolina fai
during fair week-22 to 26 of (
r t Coliibia, S. C.
Wednesday, Oct. 24th, is Fan
Union day at th.e sooth Cal
, State Fair, and the State 1ar
Union will meet in the Y. M.
hall onl Wednesday night, .the
Remember these (ates and rall
1'ariers' Union members that
Any tarners of good standi,
counties where there is no Unic
ready- organized will be nworn
this State ineeiilig uponl appli(
and given a commission to ory
farmers in their respective con
One of our exchanges states
the National Farmers' Union hi
reached the million mark. r
growing like good things should
New York Cotton Prices 11 1-2
The Farmers' Union has madc
again. The 11 cents minimum ;
the Fariers' Union for good mi(
cotton has materialized and we
w%,oi out the third time.
Don't you feed proud (if thi(
U that you helong to the great bi
servative crowd. Thle F'armiiers' I
('otton Spenlator.s say that it
videlie had 1not coie to tle i
y T ie Farmers' ITliol inl sendi
structive weather to reduce th
toll crop t1hat tle Unioncould 1101
d maiittlined 11 ets. figure again:
Odds of a l,1rge crop and tle .A
figlres set by the Cotton Associ
Well now. this is the same old I
* Provdence is inl the side wit
'armer11)s1' 'nion-we tihough
.along'. that our. H.i11res were con:
tive, and now that all agree that
videncev is onl our Side for the
fimne we are survely eleetod.
We had best stop talking so
aliont the victories woin by the I
er's U.lioi and go right along
iugnlic more small grain ald fix no
11 wnm utginl for ourl own
onl our next crop of cotton.
Stop having so muelh to say
the Cotton Association flouni
about above and below conser,
and reasonable prices for cottoi
losing olit every tille they fl
stand by the Farmer's Union!
We must (Iuit figltin' eachi
and try to get the Coitoi Assoc
to kick out of its ranks all that t
6g element within its fold and let
best conservative lemont ri
The former element in the (
Association did not stand for th
minimum for cotton for purpt
-- killing~ the Farmer's Union, we
Sgood reasonsi to believe that i
that skinnish, hehish class of
gamblers and bearish element
put up thlat 100. job to try to
0down the good reputation of tli(
The reputation of the Fau
Unioi. . a1 'onserva'itive and1( pos
factor in m. 'huig the priec
cotton is growing fast and comn
inig the respeI)ct anid conifidenec :
Now, keep ooll, boys, anld ge
iindI slure iln youri futunre movei
Keep equnity anid justice at all tir
your mlinlds anld a(ct accordingly
these and1( Providence and the
you are' stai dinlg by the right
Priov'idencee may al.ways be de
ed upon toi hellp all thait arc
right that try to 1he11 themselv
Cotton bears say that Provi
has helped out Farmer's Unioni
-for cotton now three times hax
All ye unorganized cot tonl gr
shioiuld now come alonIg anid joi
F'armeri''s Un ion where P rov'idenl
stows his favors.
The Farmer's Union of Mobil
Baldwini counties of? Alabama
no0w ready t.o p)lace orders fox' 1
loads of Southl Carolina Tri
plotatoes for seed. This looks
What district or State Far
Union will be first to come out
a notice that they have in hanl
hlundred thousanid bales of c
ready for the spinnlers?
iPile up the stuff, boys, aind f
the swim if you want to go alonp
the big move.
The Designer for November.
In the Designer' for Novemlt
to be0 found, in addition to the
dc"igns for winter npparel for
, of and younlg folks, a special artic
'I orThoe Who WeAourning'
ailot ier on '"' Hiding Habits'' and sti
a third oil 'Fashionable Furs'';
Mbeautif'ully illustrated. ''The Outdo,
11Haby in Wviiter'' will please not o
this ly the mothers but the childen, 'ai
J. C. '' Leathet Ti:eatment for the Library
offers novel suggestious for the u
of the pyrographic needle. There a
ident three capital Thanksgiving storie
will and some excellent bits of Thank
mer A 4iVin1 verse. Lessons in sewing, Mi
t.- liner, laice-work. embroidery ai
kikliing are given, and there are tvi
ners pages 'illed with designs for hom
olilf 1i Christmas gifts. '' Fashions all
tiers' Fabries,'' ''Fashionable Frivolities,
A ''oilet-Table chat,'' ''Etiquet
24th. 11iiits'' and ''Fhoriulture Talks'' a
y a. allioig the many other good thin
Y supplied by authentic specialty wri
clers, while the departments edited 1
The Designer readers-''What W
n a men arl e Doing,'' ''Helps Along t1
in at Wa y'' and ''The Mothers' Adviso
a tion Club''a fairly tigling with live
iiZe person1al interest.
that NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMEN
just Notice is hereby given that the i
bis is dersigned will, on the 31st. day
grow. October 1906, make a final stetleme
on the estate of John F. Banks, <
lents. censed, and will immediately thei
after apply to the Judge of Proba
good for letter dismissory as admin
et by tratrix of said estate. All parties ha
[ ging claimse against said estate w
present same on or before that di
fact and all parties due the said esti
con- will make prompt. payment.
3e- Charleston Gaaa Week.
cot- Te following programme has be
have decided upon for Charleston's Go
W the Wvek, November 5 to 10:
0 ets. Monday, November 5-Opening
ationl. the Southern Poultry and Pet Sto
al0- Show, 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Gra
I the illumination and lecoration of Ki
I all stret. Spectacular aid realistice
trv - tertiiniment ''Figliting the Flames
Pro- Chaileston fire department.
thir< Tiiesday-This wvill be ''Circ
Day.'' Baiiiun & Bailey's s re
Shows will be in town and give
parade in the moriinin- and perf<
cmance af'ternoon and night. T
ernl Poultry Show will he going on
wanr dIay up to 10 P. M. ''Fighting t
.for Flames vill lie repeated.''
Competitive ''guard mount''
about squ:ads representing the fine bat
termg lions of infantry of the South Cal
rative lina National Guard, on Mari
1 and Square in the afternoon. Parade a
Lii to review of the troops at the conclusi
of the competition. Band concert
other streets in morning.
" \" Wednesday night-Pain's pryi
raitor technic display and aquatic earnix
their off the Battery. The most gorgec
e the aId beautiful fi.reworks exh;ibiti
ever seen in the South is promniss
lot ton The Poultry and Pet Stock Sh
e 10e. continues.
se of Thursday-Band concerts onstre
have and square, morning. Parade
Swas Charleston's splendid fire departm<
~ottoni ini the afternoon. Poultry Show
break Thursday night-Trades displ
Far- and fantastic parade. ''Fighting
,er Friday-Band concerts on stre
frr in the afternoon. Illumination a
sfrearn ival of fun on King street a
nand- iconcert b)y famous First Band Art
4f the Iery Corps, on Marion Square
night. ''Fighting the Flames.''
asCoal! Coal!! Coal!
w'hilst I am making arpag
pend- ments to establish a Co
. yard and will be in pos
i*."e" tion to supply your wan
d-for both hard and soft coa
Should you wish to bli
a the your winter supply f<
bAugust or September d4
ams livery I would be please
a,to quote you prices.
mpfl)l See me before buyinj
ik can deliver any time a
*2 ter August 15.
S. B. JONES.
"' is For Sale by
adies C. H. CAN NON.
Which we use are without exc
We believe in PURITY.
We constantly preach PURI
We always practice PURIT
- PURITY counts, and-counts
Ask your doctor.
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For Saving Money at a Pr
For Building by lustallmei
T. For Buying Land:
For Borrowing Money on
0 Get one of Our
te It will be the means.of your Savin
a Fund that will buy Lan
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Cor. Boyce & Adams Sts., Newbc
I Through Pullman
on All Throu,
by Local T
0 Summer Resorts
in effect to a
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Routes, Etc., coi
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IC. F. STEWART, Ass
W. L BUIRROUIGRS,Trav. F
eption the purest grade.
when preparing medi
for much, in medicines. *
ofitable Rate of Interest:
Be Convinced of its Value
g Money and accumulating
d or Build a House.
,rry, S. C.
dules on All
rickets are now
on as to Rate,
B. W. Hunt
Division Pass. Agent.
Charleston, S. C
- EAST -- WEST.
buled Limited Trains
I NEW YORK.
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co all Eastern Cities
ashington, or via
Orleans, ano All
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ST '. INE BETWEEN
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