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J. D. DAVENPORT, Pres.
R. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres.
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or Your Savings.
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spending less than you
easier too, becomes sur
e practiced it for a while.
,abit of spending money
iagine they cannot save.
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t interest on Savings.
>erry, S. C.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
-G. B. CROMER, Atty.
rry, S. C.
. . $ 50,000.00
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on deposits in Savings1
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. J. E. NORWOOD,
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ie East and
ger Traffic Manager,
W' niintnn_ N. C
MR. ASTOR IN HYP OASTLE.
How He has Undertaken to Mov
Back The Oenturies.
The strang'st ''move'' in histor
is now in'active progress at Hever, I
In his ancient village, to whie
King Henry VIII. so often travelle
to woo his ill-fated Anne Boleyn, th
spectacle may be witnessed of th
multi-millionaire, Mr. William Wald
orf Astor superintending the install1
tion of his twentieth century belong
ings in historie Hever castle, and th
brand new Tudor village he has buil
in his privaqte grounds aholit it.
It is only a millionaire who ca
thus turn back the pages of histor
at will, and Mr. Astor has succeede
in accomplishing a design that hai
so flL as effect goes, defied time.
For three tears more than a thous
and workmen have toiled to pus
back the centuries, and now thl.t th
castle and the Tudor village are read
for modern use, Mr. Astor is movin
Van loads of furniture, supplied b:
the most. up-to-date firms, are bein
unloaded by the drawbrid;e, and th
latest resources of civilizatior
straight from Regent street and 1on
street, are being borne through th
ancient. portetillis into the echoin
halls of the old castle.
Mr. Astor, who is keenly intereste
in every detail of the renovation an
removed, has visited this Tudor vil
liage every week, and has personall
supervised %.L ,,.' . 711".. .'
ture is all in he will make it his pei
Although Mr. Astor and his wor
men have been so successful in trans
forming the Hever district so that vil
ligers who have lived there all thel
lives hardly recognize it, he does no
desire praise-or ptublicity. All th
work has been carried out with th
utmost secrecy and permission t
view the ''historic estate'' is sternl:
refused to all..
At present glimpses of the famou
castle and the quaintly gabled villag
may be caught from tihe road, but i
is believed that a high wall, siniia
to that at Cliveden-Mr. Astor's lat
home on the Thames-will soon shu
off even tht view. Noticeboard
proclaiming ''No admission'' a(
''Trespassers will be prosecuted'
may be seen everywhere, while a
Hever railway station a picture o
the castle-once open to the public
is hidden under a printed paper an
nouncing: ''This castle is no longe
''An Express representative was al
lowed yesterday, however, to see som
of the marvels that have been worke<
by Mr. Astor's millions. The ful
scheme is not yet complete, and th
inagnificent. pleasure grounds plain
ned by the millionaire are not full;
So vast are the landscape improve
ments, suggestedl, including, as the
(10, the divergence of a river, the lay
inig out of forests and a deer par4
and1 the planting of old-world gard
ens, that a fewv more months will stil
be necessary before the Hover cal
endar is finally put back four huind
The castle wvhich Mr. Astor ha
bought for his new home stands in
hollow, and all round are Tudor build
ings, to construct which the stock o
sixteenth century relics has bee!
greatly depleted. These buildings ar
not for the villagers, who are eastini
envious eyes on them, but are con
neted withI the renovated castle, anm
are intended as reception rooms, bil
liard rooms, show p)laces and home
for the household servants, twenty 0
whom are expected to arrive soon t<
prepare for the ''castle wvarming
An cut irely new ''01(d bridge' ' ha
been built over the river that wind
past the castle to fill the moat an
the large lake which has just bee
made. It is not on Mr. Astor'
gr'ound, as the pub)lic road runs thern
but Mr. Astor had it included in th
general scheme at his own expenseC t
complete the realism. The stonE
work and sides have been so construe
ted as to appear centuries old, an<
artificial rocks have been introduce:
to set off the river bed at that point
Up to the present, Mr. Astor has it
vited very few even of his personi
friends to inspect his Tudor villag<
which he intends shall be a complet
surprise to them'when they see it al
finished for the first time.
There is no modern note struel
throughout the scattered hamlet o:
Hever. The church on the hill at th
corner of the Astor estate is 801
years old1 and the villiage inn, th<
King Henry, VIII., and everything
else in sight are all in. perfect keep
ing with it.
Mr. Astor, who is now a familial
figure at Hover, always drives be
hind. horses,.''as in the day of " '
J'e will have no noisy modrlan moem
ears to frighten away the ghosts from
his new "old estate.''
STATE OF SOUTI CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
1COURT OF COMMON PLEAR.
v Lee Gaffney, Plaintiff,
* -.vs -
Howard Gaffney, James Rutherford,
1 Arthur Tucker, Pick Gladney, 0.
I G.' Gregory, Rufus Maybin, Glenn
S,Maybin, Ed Oglesby, as Trustees
0 Trinity Church, Defendants.
By virtue of an ,rder of the Court
- herein, I will sell to the highest bidder
- before the Court, House door at. New
berry, S. C., on salesday in November,
t 1906, within the legal hours of sale,
;.l that lot of land lying and being
i situate iii Newberry County, State of
South Carolina, containing one acre,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
,Lee GaffNey, by lands of Sallie Gaff
-ey, and by road leading from Lyles'
Ford road to mouth of Tyger River. s
Terms of sale. Cash. Should the
purcihaser fail to comply on the day
y of sale, the premises to be resold at
purchaser's risk. Purchaser to pay
y H. H. Rikard,
October 8, 1906. Master.
NOTICE or FINAL SETTLEMEN'
Notice iz hereby given that the un4
dersigned will, on the 30th day t, I
October, 1906, make a final settlemcn
on the estate of Mary Anne Monts,
deceased, and will immediately there
after apply to Judge of Probate for
letters dismissory as administrators
of said estate. All persons bavin-.
ciaims against said estate will preB.
ent same on or before that d, to ain I
all parties due the said estate will
make prompt payment.
W. C. Shealy,
John M. Schumpcrt.
e NOTICE or FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will, on the 31st. day of
October 1906, make a final stetlement
on the estate of John F. Banks, de
ceased, and will immediately there
after apply to the Judge of Probate
for letter dismissory as adminis
tratrix of said estate. All parties hav
ing claimse against said estate will
present same on or before that date
and all parties due the said estate
will make prompi. payment.
t Texanna Banks,
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