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REAL ESTATE, S
I hope each orib 6f you who wi?h
read every word in this advertisement,
sonal letter, but as thera are so man
Ex-President Grover Cleveland sa)
sure, so certain to enrich its owner as
young friends to.place thtir savins i
ia no such savings bank anywhere.'
No matter who you are, where yi
to save money
ARE YOU RICH NOW? You may
ARE YOU - POOR? You may be
To have a surplus capital in rest
the rocks of renury
YOU SOMETIMES ASK YOUR
Real Estate is a bank that can
you. own your own bank. It is fina
direction. No investment can be moz
near a growing city.
WHERE IS YOUR MONEY?
If your savings are earning you onl
do better. '
I have helped others to make pi
Be on the safe side and write or
for sale that I believe is the best
This stock will increase in value consid
other words, I believe that you can m
besides the dividends that you get.
stocks give you very little trouble;
mailed you or notice sent you and you 4
Farms at $30 00 to $50.00 per a
acre is really the best investment in
stance, lands in Kentucky and other
do not yield as much per acre in money
In my advertisement a few days a$
city, and also to some lots on the Y. J.
and good investments. The stores ha
have yet some good investments in stot
and county, and I am listing these belo
I want to call your attention espec
and one of the most convenient pla4
lights: in fact I believe one of the bi
for sale at the price.
1, 2, :, 4: Lots near my residence.
5, 6, 7, 8, 9: Known as the Whecle
property, directly on sewerage anl(
wate-works. These are among thi
best located lots in the city, being i
few m1in1utes walk from the Publiq
Square and on one of the trects lead
ing to tile new Court IIouse.
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17: Sold
18, 19, 20, 21,22; One-story briel
stores on Main street, which can b
boni.(Pht at a very reasonable price
perlaps as cheap as they could bi
23: Two-story brick store betweeT
the new P'ost 01lice and the Skyscrap
er. One of the best locations in th<
city for a Bank.
24: Livery Stables.
25: One and one-half acres lan(
near Power House.
26: 350 acres near Whitmire, Witl
plenty of timber and pasture land.
27, 28: Sold.
33, 34, 35, 36, 37: Sold.
3S 1-2: Sold.
40: 115 3-4 acres of land two and a
half miles from Moniltville, S. C.j
with two cabins, barn and stables,
cotton house, orchard, good spring and
41: House and t wo acre lot at
Mouniville, S. C.
42: Splendid building lot in Brook
16, 47, 48 : Sold.
49: Hen ted.
52: Four acres of hind bounded by
thlree strtst. Part ofl thle IT. T. P~arr
prop ert y. One acre of this recently
54 : Sold.
.55, 5(i: WitIhdr'awn.
57 : "or' sale. Two two-story bri'ek
stores ont Main stre'et..
59: TI'wo -st ory' brick store on Main
0it: Fo'uir a('res of land, with five
two-room eatlinas, on road to Helena.
Rents fot' $l180.00 per vear'.
61i: Six r'oomn house with dining~
r'ooml and( kitchen, coniin fing about
3 :1-2 to 4 acres land, with vacant lot
oin corneir, with b)arnt, orchard and
gardeni. Beyond( Southern Railway
towarids Helena. Splendid place for
warehouse or' manu fact uring plant.
63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68: Lots on the
Y. J1. Pope pr'opert-y, cotnvenietntly lo
cated and well drained.
69, 70: Sold.
V 71: Brick building konwn as Aull 's
FMill. Seven acres of land, a new for
ty-hotrse engine and boiler, This is
equiped with thte very latest improved
machtinery; capacity, 60 barrels of
flour per day. This is a splendid place
for a ginnery, being only about 200
yards from the railroad.
72, 73, 74: Withdrawvn,
J. A. E
"The f9jan Betwe,en'
'Phone No. 57. Newbe
rOCKS and BOND
is to imurove your financial condition m
I wish 1 coold write each of you a p,
' you can basily see why I write this a
8: "No investment on earth is so safe,
undeveloped realty. I always advise i
i realty near some growing town. Th(
>u are, or how old you are, it is your dc
become poor if you don't save .
:ome rich if you save money and invesi
irve will prevent you from drifting on
SELF: "HOW CAN MY MONEY I
not fail When you own REAL ESTA'
need with your money, acting under yc
e profitable than well located real esta
y 4'per cent or 5 per cent, I can help y
'ofitable investments and I can help yo
come and talk to me. I have some sto
investment of any stock on our mark(
.rably besides paying you a dividend.
ake $4.00 to $5 00 per share within a ye.
The investments that you make in ga
every six months your dividend is eitl
mnly go to the banks and draw this.
are that will make a bale of cotton to t
Real Estate that you can make. For i
States sell at much higher prices, and
as our best cotton land
o I called attention t6 three stores in t
Pope property, as being very convenie
ie been sold, and also some of the lots.
es and other Real Estate around the ci
ally to No. 110. This is a new resider
es to business. with swerage and electi
8t, if not the best, places that 1 know
75: For Sale. Fifty-four acres
- laud known as the Dairy Farm. Tl
i is in the incorporate inits.
76: Cottage an large lot.
78: For sale. House and lot knoi
as the J. W. Gary plac, near Ne
berry Cotton Mill. Will eut into <
or sell as a whole.
:79: One of the best plantations
lthe eounty, containin.- 219 aeres, o
- ile from Silver street, a school a
a (.hurch. Of this 140 aeres is il ei
ivation, 90 of this recently clear
fro ti tle or'iginial forest; 60 acres
pasture land. Tlephone connectioi
Nice new residence.
81: 1-50 acres of (and, 6 miles e
S2, 83: Sold.
84: One and one-ialf acres lot
Glenn street, near Mr. Watts' re:
85, 86, 87: Sold.
87 1-2: Withdrawn.
90: P or sale. lFonr-roomi eottat
1ir1eplace il cach, 8-oot hall, abo
two acres of land, good tenant houI
Prosperity, S. C. Known as tl
91, 92, 93: Sold.
94: Bid wanted for Twenty shar
Newberry Real Estate Co.
95: 400 acres good land with la,.
residence; lies well. About 12 mnil
west of Newberry, 3 miles from Ki
96. 97: Lots necar 0. McR. Holtme
98: Lot at Silver Street, a stati<
Oin Souther'n Railway, one mile from
church and( school; seven room hton
withI two acres land, harn and stable
goodl two- room I enant~ house and go<
well; n ice or'chiard.
,99: For sale. Tlwenty shares Moll
lion Mannufactutring Co. Stoek.
100, 101: Sold.
102: Wanted. T1wo) shares Exchan
103 : Withdrawn.
104: Lot. near' Mollohon Manufa
turing Co. and( near' Mi'. Bouighit
105: Plantation conitaining 1,0
acres of 1land with ninec-room howt
two good barns, pletnty of outbuil
106 : Bidl wanted1. For five shar
Land( and Security Co.
107, 108, 109: Sold.
110: Eight-room house and le
sewerage and eletrie lights.
111, 112 : Ten acres of land no
Mlollohion Manufacturing Co. Will st
as a whole or cut into lots. This is
ver'y v.alu able piece0 of p)roperty.
11:3: Wanted. 15 shares Nation
114: Wanted. 10 shares Newbier
Savings Bank Stock.
115: Wanted. 10 shares Commerci
117: One vacant lot on Friei
street. Very convenient.
118: For sale. 10 shares. Standai
Warehouse Stock, Newberry.
119: For rent. Two rooms on C<
120: For rent. Three rooms ov
store ith sewerage, recently painte
Buyer and Seller.
rryv . Oj.
S INDIANA'S MINT OROP.
World's Supply of High Grade 01
domes From Mishawaka.
ny The reports that the pepperliin
re growers and oil distillers of Northeri
Indiana, Southern Michigan an(
Wayne County, New York, under th(
leadership of James A. Everitt, oJ
it Indianapolis, and his American socie
to ty of Equity, are entering into a corn
bine inject some ''equity'' into tli
IE int markets, and also the reporti
rE from Washington that the cyes of th<
ur Attorney General have been directe
t e toward the infant combination, call tc
the attention of Indiana a supremac)
3 enjoyed by her in the world commer
U, If the ordinary Tndiana enter ol
poppernmint drops, cewlmer of pepper
k liii guln. or iser of pepperiliit oilf
'. for0 Medical or commnercial purpose
Lr, were pit, oil the witness-stand auIt
od questioned concerning where, accord
er inl, to his opinion, tle l)eI)pmit fol
he tlie world is made, lie would probabl3
n- credit it to distant tropical lands.
et A a matter of fact, the world'k
he sply of l high-prade pepperinint oih
nt and flavors coIes from the Northerr
I Indiana coutites, froi Olhose ill Souith
ty ern Mi'hiitani a d from Wayne Coun.
ce ty, New York, anld tle low-grade supi
'Ic pl cmies from d apan. The 11dmiai
of 1906 erop has just. been harvested and
distilled on lie Northern Indiani
farms, and it represents a little inort
of than 50,000 pouids of one-quartei
[s Imillionl pollids national productionl
irobably a ifai of it will ie ex)orte'(
to En'llland and Gerl'any, and sonie 1
that may even come back on the In.
n diana markets as the suprenie grade!
W- of Mateham, England, pepperinit
ts oils and essences.
The Indiana mint crop, which hat
" just been put into oil, represents con.
nie siderable more than $100,000 of Valu<i
'd(inl ordinary markets. It is understoot
i- that the Everitt Combine of mint.
r11gowers Proposes to hold tile oil foi
" market. quotations of approximatelI
s $2.75 a pound.
'Mishawaka '' is the peppermini
capital of tile Indiana industry, alnd
s when the almost 1,000 acres of pop
perimiit fields (hat lie in what might
he called tle Mislhawaka district arc
." in harvest, and when the distilling
plant,s are runnin,g the aid is filled
with the aroma of the mint.
Jerry Woodward, who lives in Mis
hawaka, is known over Northern In
diana as the ''Indiana Peppernhil
Ki n. '' With his brotlhers, Waltei
e, and Williani. he has about 320 acre.
Li iniit, and this year tle Woodward
'erop ran more than 4,000 pounds. Thie
e Woodwards are the largest growers
in Indiana anld tie second largest Iin
this country, and possibly in the
Os world, as the Japanese, who supply
the inferior oil, are said, individual
~e ly, to be small growers. The greatest
sgrower is A. M. Todd, who lives ini
~Kalamazoo, and generally has 000 to
800 acires in mint. There are a numiber
s' of' Tnii(ana growers, wvho raise from]
100 to 150 acres of mint a year. Eachi
ni of t hese has his own distilling plant1
a and( dlistills the cr'ops otf the smallei
Blessing of Good Roads.
W. C. Spronl in Suthern Farn
0Magazi ne of' BaltIimiore for November:
One of the conditions which hasi
kept theit West Vi rginiiia farnier in
th le hack grond( and (discournm~eed pr1t.
gressive methods(1 in agricultunre hiar
been thle lack of good roads in th
e- StamteC. Motaini ('ounltries have, of
s- cour'se, more difficulties to coinen
30 withI t hani level t erritIorics in thle mat
e, Ier of road1 building, buit a good sys.
]1tem oif road( maitenance, under good
laws and with intelligence of. admin
es ist rationi, caniinecomplish ai great decal.
TPhiere is 110 fiinct ion oft thle local gov-.
e'rnment't, withl te possile excepJtionl
Sof' Ithe public schools, whicrh so inti
mately affects thle people, their corn
fort and thmei r welfCare, as thle publ it
11 roadl, and, I regret to say, none thami
is so neglected. But a very small ad
a dition to the present revenunes of both
athe State and county would enable a
good1 heginning to be made somewhat
on the line of the Pennsylvania plain,
81and it ought to 1)e possible to improve
ltIme main roads in the valleys in a
short time. The improvement of the
main roads would benefit everybody
lalike. The f'armers and( residents of
more remote sections w~ouuld be able to
reach t he maini roads on their way to
market or to court or on their various
Ierranids; thme residents of the towns
would find easy communication with
neighboring laces and( would hmave
brought to their door01s the products
of the farms and( gardlens, and every~
class in the community ,would be the
One burlesque show will keop the
average man awake longer 'than
Cultivat'on of Peanuts.
Prof. A. . Soule in Southern Farm
Mll-azinl" of Boltimlore for Novem,i
ll InlmanY respects pealluts are al
easy crop to grow. Tie land should
be well prepared so as to furnish a%
finely pulverized seedbed. The soil
should be mnade friable to a depth ot
six ineies. Tihe land may be prepar
ed either spring 'or fall, depending at
gQod deal ol its nature. Of course,
the best soils for poanuts are of a
rather light, sandy nature. Peanuts
may be planted either in cheeks ol
in drills. In most sections they are
planted in drills, though the advan
tage of one method over the other
will depend largely on the freedom
of ile soil fromi weeds and the cost of
labor. The distance between the hills
should h1114 about hwo and oine-half to
three revt inl each direetionl, with two
kernels ill 4he I hill. Where drills are
used tihe peanuts are geiierally plaited
in rows three feet apart and 14 inchies
in the drill row, with two seeds inl a
hill. A planter soimewhat similar to
a cot It planter is generally used for
puttiig down the seed. It. is drawn
by (Ime horse and ritted with a shoe
at the hase. amd the kernels are drop
ped Frinii S 14) 20 inches apar. As a
rile, at 111livalion is noq,w I'tllowed,
- thouh in s(ome se4tioins a 14w ridge
is still 1hiown .np1) by at dou111ble-slovel
plow 4,r a1 Small turniiin, r 1lowA%. The
soil may be pressed down (plite firm-.
ly over (lie pealilt ,without injury,
but, of coir-se, it should not he pack
ed too) tightly.
On Grass and Clover.
Profc. A. M. Soule ini Southbern Farm
Magaizne of Baltimore for Novem
More care and attention should be
given to clover and grass, because
they enrich tle soil through the (e
caying leaves and roots, lesseif labor
on the Carml, hold the soil food, pro
vide food for the inaintenance of ad
ditional stock, prevent soil washing
and enable the practice of a rotation.
Statistics show that the yield of
tame hay obtained from neadows in
the South is very low, and that the
total amount, of hay produced is ein
tirely inladequate to supply the needs
of live-stock now m11 intained, let
alone to provide for an increase which
is necessary if farming operations are
to be conducted oi the mlost, ecoinm1c
basis in the future.
The high prices for hay and elover
insure larger profits from grass lands
(ven with a sma11 yield (f Fhay3' than
is frejuenitly obtaineld i'rom the samo
land when devoted 44o (.()rn1 (w (r(ttonl.
NOTICE TO ROAD OVERSEERS.
All Road Overseers are hereby noti
fied and required to put. their roads
in '4intdition and perironi the labor
reqiired by law, before the first (lay
of 1)ecember, 1906.
ITein fail not, under penalty of
.J. Monroe W\icker,
FrIed1. IH. Dominick, Supervisor.
Clerk and Attorney,
Notice is her'eby given that the
boo1k s of r.egist ration3 for thle Town of
N ewhierry, S. C., ar ie niow open3, anid
lhe undersigned as Supervisor of
lieList ration for said towni will keep
saidl books( open3 every day from 9 a.
m1. to 5 p. m. (Sundays'excpted), in
elndinig the 1st day of' Decembier, 1906.
E'ug. S. Werts,
Supenrvisor of Registration.
NOTICE OF FINAL sETTLEMENT.
Not ice is hereby giveni 11ha. we, the
und14esignedl, will make a final set
I lenient on the estate ofI l2. L. Boozei,
de(ceased, at I osp)erity, S. C., bn
Tuiesdaiy, D)ecember 4th, 190)0. All
claims to be handed10( in by that (late.
Pierce F. Boozer, Jr'.
lHeirs A tL,aw.
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
I am making arrange
ments to establish a coal
yard and will be in posi
tion to supply your wants
for both hard and soft coal.
Should you wish to buy
your winter supply for
August or September de
livery I would be pleased
to quote you prices.
See me before buying.
I can deliver any time af.
ter August 15.
S. B. .JONES.
~rmaIe a I
The wise farmer, when he has a gc
lays one side a part of his crop mone)
sons when cash receipts are light oi
may be less bountiful.
There is no better place to put suc
You can deposl. on an open accot
you can invest I an savings account
earn four per cent. You can always E
which is not true of money loaned to
The Bank for Your
JNO. M. KINARD, President.
0. B. MAYER, Vice F
Merely a matter of spend
earn, keeps growing easier
prising after you have praci
People fall into the habit o
thoughtlessly, and imagine
Cultivate thoughtfulness ar
you are bound to succeed.
We pay 4 per cent inte
Why not open an Accoi
J. D. DAVENPORT, Pres. M. L
R. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres. G. B
THE NEWBURRY SA
Capital stock paid in.
Surplu. . . ,.
Deposits . . .. .
We do business an busine
We extend every consid
with safe and sound ban kir
Four per ce nt. paid on d
Department. Fire F
~SECURITY L.OAN AND IH
Supplies the best Faciliti
For Saving Money at a Profi'
For Building by lustallment:
For Buying Land:
For Borrowing Money on Re
Get one of Our
It will be the means-of your Saving Iv
a Fund that will buy Land o:
SECURITY LOAN AND Ii
JAMES N. McC4
Cor. Boye & Adams Sts. Nembere,
od year or a good season,
rto provide for the sea
for a year when crops,
h a reserve than in The
nt subject to check, or
where your money will
let money deposited here,
Y. McFALL, Cashier
ing less than you
too, becomes sur
:iced it for a while.
f spending money
they cannot save.
d carefulness and
rest on Savings.
y, S. C.
. SPEARMAN, Cashier
aposits in Savings
J. E. NORWO0D,
re, B. o.
table Rate of Interest:
Convinced of its Value
[oney and accumulating
Build a House.