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REAL ESTATE, 5
I hope each one of you who wie
read every word in this advertisemer
sonal letter, but as ther:3 are so im
Ex-President Grover Cleveland s
sure, so certain to enrich its owner i
young friends to place tir savingi
Is no such savings bank anywhere."
No matter who you are, where
to save money.
ARE YOU RICH NOW? You m.
ARE YOU POOR? You may I
To have' a surplus capital -in r(
the rocks of renurv
YOU SOMETIMES ASK YOU
Real E state is a bank that c,
you own your own bank. It is fl:
direction. No investment can be n
near a growing city.
WH ERE IS YOUR MONEY?
If your savings are earning you o
I have helped others to make
Be on the safe side and write c
for sale that I believe is the bes
This stork will increase in value cons
other wo)rds, I believe that you can
bcYs the dividonds thtt you u:.
te (rive N ol veury' ittle troul)j(
mailed you or notice sent you aod yot
Farms at $30 G0 to $50.00 per
iacre is really the best investment i
stance, lands in Kentucky and othe
do r.t yield as much per acre in mont
Ini my advertisenent a few days
city, and also to so,ne lots on the Y.
and good iinvestmentls. The stores I
l:ve yt slome good ilnvestmeint. in; 4
and county, and 1 am1 listing these bo
I want to call your attention espi
and one of. the most convenient pl
lights: in fact I believe one of the
for sale at the price.
1, 2, 3, 4: Lots near my.residene<
5, 6, 7, 8, 9: Known as the Wheel
property, direetly oil sewerage a
walteworks. TIhese are among t
bes-t located lots in the city, heing
few miiutes walk from tile Pul
S1nare :1nd on one of, the -treets le,
in. (o-tle new (ouit l1ouse.
Io, .11, 12, .13, 1-1, 15, 16, 17: So
Is, 19, 201, 21,22; One-story br
stores onl Main street, which can
bought at a very easonable prie(
perhaps ns cheap as they couild
23: Two-story brick store betwc
the new Post Ofice and the Skyserc
er. One of the best locations in t
city for a Bank.
24: LIvery Stables.
25: Ore and one-half acres In
near Power House.
26: 350 acres near Whitmire, wi
plenty of timber and pasture land.
27, 28: Sold.
30 : Filled.
33, 34, :35, 36, 37: Sold.
:11 .1-2: Sold.
410: 115 3--I acres of land two ani
halh Imliles Ion MAI1olntville, S.
wik'l c w eahinl-, b)arn1i and stahl
ett [ on lhouse, ortchard1-J, good sprilIg a
I11: Ilionse and two acre lot
Mount ville, S. C.
42 : Splendid building lot in Bro<
43 : Filled.
I1, 47, 48: Sold.
52 : FL'ouri acres of land bounded
three,street-s. Part of the IH. L. Pi
prIoper'ty. Onie acre of this receni
54 : Sold.
55, 5(1: Wit hdrawn.
57: l"or sale. Two I wo-st ory hr
stores on Main st reet.
59: Two-stoly brick store on M
(00: l"our ar res of land, wi th I
I wo-room1 enin s, on r' nd (1 H0iele
Renits for' $180.00 per year.
G1. : Six room11 Icause withI di
room11 and kitehen, conitainiing ab,
3 1S -2 o acres landt, wi Ih vacantI
ganili. Uey(ond Soulthern1 llaily
lowardi s len a . Sple ndid place
wa ehcouse or manuiifacrIingi1 plant).
(2: Wit hdrawn .
G3, ti-I, G5, 66, 67, (18: Lots on
Y. J1. Pope~n pr-oper-ty, con enienlly
calted a ml welI driniied.
(19, 70): Sold.
71.: 1 rick building konwn as Aul
Mill. Seven acres of laud, a new f
ty-horse engine and b)oiler. This
eriniped1 with tihe very latest impro'
machinery; capaeis,y, 60 barrels
flour per (lay. This is a splendid p1
for a ginnery, being only about
yards from the railroad.
72, 73, 74: Withdrawn.
"The Man Betwee
Thocne No. 57, Newv
iTOCKS and BONDS
hes to imnrove your financial con'dition will
t. I wish 1 could write each of you a per..
my you can easily see Why I write this ald
xys: "No investment on earth is so safe, so
vi undeveloped realty. I always advise my
in realty near some growing town. There
you are, or how old you are,,it is your duty
.y become poor if you don't save.
ecome rich if you sinvo money and invest it
serve will prevent you from drifting on to
RSELF: "HOW CAN MY MONEY BE
innot fail. When you own REAL ESTATPE
rianced with your money, acting under your v
ore profitable than well located real est ate
nly 4'per cent or 5 per cent, I can help you e
profitable investments and I can help you,
ir come and talk to me. I have some stock
t investment of any stock on our market'.
idralAy besides paying you a dividend. In
m1a:e '4,00 to ,5 00 por sdh:ire withiii a Vt
The inveMntr ti ( Or, t n wake in goc-l
. yvrv w wont h 4 .\u ividend i, either
i U(ly go il bal hiinhd draw this.
c-wre tlhV -ill nia.ke :a bale of cot.tot to thei
n IIRal Estato t.hat. you can mike. Fok . -
r States sell att much higher price., :md ye,t
-y s (ur11' cotton Lid
10( 1 '1 Il ; . niion Ci ire tar in C.~i
J , po o ,-wrt.v, a b bcir..,; very coivi iei.
,-e'o. d I
'eially to N4). 110. This is a new reiid-r
aces to W':'ness, with swerage and electric
best, if not the best, places that 1 know of
. 5: For Sale. Fif(v.four aeres of
er land known as tle Da1ir v 0arm11. Th'is
nid is in 1thie ineorporate linits.
he16: Co(Haee and I'lrgeO lot,
a 77: Witlidrawn.
le 78: For sale. I [ouse and lot known
I- as tile .1. W. ( place, nar New
biry (lton .\lill. Will eui into lots
Id. or sell as a whole.
ek 79: One of( h lie best plaiitationis in
ie t county. vontainin. 210 acres, ole
-~ i fromi() Silver street, a school and
lbe chureb. Of tlis 140 acres is inl cul-.
(ivation, 90 of this recently cleared
en froin lie original forest; 60 acres in
ip- pastire land. Telephone connections.
he Nice new residence.
81: 150 acres of land, 6 miles east
u1d of Mewberry.
82. 83: Sold.
84: One and one-half acres lot on
Glenn street, near Mr. Watts' resi
85, 86, 87: Sold.
87 1-2: Withdrawn.
0: or sale. F'oiur-rooNI eotage,
firepiace in each, S-foot hal , about
two acres of land, good tenail house. C
Prosperit.y, S. C. Known as the
91. 92. 03: Sold.
!4: Bid wanted for Twenty shares
N*wvwery Heal l-ate Co. t
.5: -It)) acres i.oodii land wvithI large
a sid-a&fee : lies well. About 12 milesI
west-~ of Newherry, 3 miles fromi Kin
90, 97 : LoC s near' 0. McRi. IIol mes'
OS: Lot at Silver Street, a stat ion
on S oiuthern RaI il way, one ile I from a
churchi antd school : seven room house
with Ii wo acres Iland, harin and stables;
good I wo-rcoom C enant house and g'ood
well ; ini(ce orc'hard.
90: A r sale. Twe,Cnty shares Mollo
by hi,n Manuiifactutring Co. Stock.
y13 1.02: W\anted. Two shares Exchange
:103 : Withdrawvn.
1(11: I t near M~ollohion Mi\anu fac-.
Iunimn' Co. andl near Mr. Bouknight's.
ek J0(5 : Plan tation conitaini ng 1,000
arries4 of land withI nine-room house,
, Iwo good biariis, plenty of out build-.
..106 : Hid want ed. For five shiarues
m adadHevly Co.
ltIll , I 12: Ten1 aicres oif land near
ay a.,: a~ w'hle or ciit iito lot. This is a
for rei.a , ah-.ll pii c~ opoperCy.
1 2: Wi ni)ed,I 15 iihares NatCional
Ilie 11: W :tedl. 110 shares Newherry
lo- Savi::p l':i k Stock.
115 : Wan ted. 1t) shares Commercial
Ii's 116 : Withdrawn.
or- 117: One vacant lot on -.Friend
is streec C. Very convenient.4
red 118: For sale. 10 shares Standard
of WVaro!house Stock, Newberry.
mec 119: For rent. Twvo rooms on Col
200 loge lill.1
120. F'or rent. Three rooms over
store with soaeerage, recently painted.
n" Buyer and 2Abr.
>errv. S. G.
lis laeed entire conridenee. It
work as sooreariv
I I h \ I ' I II''l ( liitti it til ' :I
1! tho publit, inl this line, olt
w V o11 I l' v.l i al ill
iln his valmeity for that imId
ii ii the estailioniiint of tii's
1 v I II v' ( anI I I e. -
\ I it I p Ii h I dI t
i, v I I t i e I I'leti al or.
-A l lv ror Illeyw r ( 141v' kai
erliot l y a bi it . I
d iI w-Z. I Ie l ,ad. I 'd ,
h: uliIM1 ig A ion iII his Fi rst
iii ii io ivlQitoll wals Iliil
ii 1\I A (ov rio'l a'' I I(I h l
I I i II ( ' IN- I I I i was I
- as valled o i to Idres, Ile
wt .%h v lunit' liv wil l olit
S lmn r va ills
I i i e
* ~ ~ I e~ad~I lI sClI
0i 114li s t dier
i l \i ' I lit -
yI ii c i t'll vi i' ll i l o
will be a benelfit, no ni
!;i ill wor'k thev\ -o in1to.
\ ey wal'rd will dIiSelt. IIS
in his a,bress at thie
111it-iratioll alnd Qularanl
I *-(.1( ill Nis vl oIII lnM
- ei I s illi lo t l-11 -r TM11111i
Tue- ad.:nl Bacill:
SYuhi in '' outh
:it .fil l,, I . ts 1! Ir i llt .
b'ww '11-4hcw in p ill clost
NIr.W t-(ln s wwk. ;Ind
ogt .al illt lestill; av
I ho hahs beven de'done io this
e, i.a w hat iii i A i- e to do.
Ixat lv.lieuI:itliii~J. a ba.
The Fearful Bacillus.
W it II all your. wealth are yol not.
id . til pioletarint 41'' asked the
who delved inl smciolofieal prob
NO, I Iin't,'' sna.pped Mr. New
"Wo boil 01l odrinin. water.
Ier iue relinds onle of the
1wh o o 'l-rm thle :n
A |I V. Il er faiill )r wsl- k er
TCE0 TO ROAD OVERSEERS.
I li(,i Overs's arve er(thy y o 6
n r pilt 0th6r roals
v . pir l f(rA m )dhe b
ivn: r,li 1tdy( ' eem1.,196
.. ;i l I sne, o, it ier jal'1ally of
*;.-i4H . D. in i, Superv(isor.'i
erk~ an cAlony.t ol
lic inerb supplyha for
guot ori Septen mbrerh de- o
hery, . woul are pen,aed
iseaio for saidfo n buigee
book peevery y frm a.
Ague st 15.fDeebr,10
IMMIGRANTS AT COLUMBIA. as a
'ifty Secured Employmeit in Olym- t
pia Mills There.--Governor Hoy- waVIS
ward Has Taken Great Inter-- I o' I
est; in the Proposition and iter
Will Speak on "Imm1igra- telnl
tion in Sout.h Carolina" whi'
at Washvidlo Next sigh
Week. o11 u
Cubi,November ()..___A mnhor .itm
.limlilli.-ralits wiho vaille over %%jIII edl Il
'11Ili.'ssi'lliel' \\ak(n Il III \\'jWt11thile
iPtd uie (o Cohnhi tilli h ilIst Ilight wilih Thel
nI Conun111lissi.mer11 ls;hert, and od t,
'(rO CaIRed for hevre h>-dayv bY IIhe dI-- I r
Ir!Ivl.It. 1111t l villipi, mw ;il i , vvllv.- a m!
1or Ith emdn. The Olympia \lill so- adv
arledl twevlity- Iv( ill Char-lestonl, who ca;ll
-er1e broughlt, dirvectly to the mill, and the i
lis. m i ng twenty-five :1ldiiional Iere
.('r, f.lvoll ('111ploymniel t IlIen., andt Illvvt
r1. .1. l. Aoo 'e , lh 1,1' ll a ln: lmu"er, 1 1 i.
':I- I pt hbus\ phia i.:' |I hV il (0m ,1 (.1 11
o'--ble b1"nsvS ot,l t i r . 1 or (:v,
-i vy i ( -fn'
w h d lot vet itel plv(4 1 s
n...( vm)sidoercd I I -;v o11l
. n . i , c it
I, Isth d( n 11,1 iha COtly
I e realsol a.1 Ihey I e , ltod I IIIe 01'
'Fl1' i lil for thle imi-i'allsh
1:111 there w in i a i A. Ii, ter*
linenlt farIm.lr of Nv\wherr-I-Y, 1rr. C
coll. was here to-day an 4f f'ered(j I tot ::h
ile I umbe11w)r of* wihe to 'wlrk oni his o
N\01. lIle it i.. I., 3 I it lhk.% -11-V . titllC
"o111ed 1 r vari'n:! wvun)at ionis inl'
The-:1 immi r:m r,il
It fod ' hre i. d i rit hallaIlin ,
he1 Ca i t tI l e l I 'Irs , 11p 1i ll a- ton
he ato tis i s loece is htl-reI, pard wII
vly oll!IT-v',-jtedI l ivh re dIllrilv_- Oi,he '11
y Ao erowdlo tho m wr llo i a
ronit of th bauildion )Ithe ben cheso-P
oi m i basin inl Ilh1 sliltshile,
nd one of the mlothers was servinely
ombing.". her hllildrenl's hair, as they
t onl thle beclhe inl tle most promin- a
nit pIrt o tile a,spitOjl man
act that this is the only publie par lemIS
I Columbia, though 1 it is nlot iu of "
park at that, my hive made it . ric
Oei a suitable loarinl... place to these -PI
eople, who are acenstoied to plea
ure grounds inl their cities aeross the
'il' cll lwho amle livrO tiIIX a Vel
hifyearpoint-rs, shloemakers )tml "
i'orm en a ft nt111 s , w hmill 1)l nI oi(I t Sol'
h11II ill~ iIIIIH-i ,1110 (o ;10111111(11 -I ( i11 i"j ui
~hi.nlei hi ln ie.tli''l i homalh asi vlle - a
ml 1.0b4rers and eolohl mlill (spert-i
ive s. Then, o1, the aIrpeniiter. ,1 : 1 NO
ther sIl led workiien inic inl ( n \ 1 4)'
iet withl tile I io 1rillising ivli . e
i1I41 i is ll)t so s 1 div'i ln lo
! vill ovlilleld inl eitles, sille,
1i. \'.I 1141' iuol XoIim gTa in I , 4.1 )4
uti ('l' lila or itt 'll 1'Now i ii
am i i epto illtii'Iols 1we4'e J1i44rI4';
iI' a01)11'ir i e lall td 101 NhMui ei
al ouiiaiewh Orilie liOtheir flaT'e
trio ~)'iftr of aroued Slom,e is Ni
s0faction tamtn' hc newcomer1s.'5 i' a 1t.o
'aeti'anytone wll is converil ith Ne t
he prese.n icondition:' in.st~t thin mpo the
11or1thand Sth,es ill be surprifed lii 'e
his lnew' ovmet oe no metwii'ai
ArogerntagI onimItha is nowVifP~ ap-I.
asel workelSd byntve smoohCtly. t
om mi.sionr Watsf wmi e:ti,on
ti 'i . w * It rd -. f
i . \\' ilb u
odscvikro. "W\' w
I I ' :1 1 i.
Mercha mv te ofNs
People fall into the hab
though11essly, and imag
you are bound to succe<
We pay 4 per cent i
Why not open an A4
J. D. DAVENPORT, Pres.
R. C. CARLISLE, V-Pres.
Ca.pitli stock31 paid in
Deos its , , . .
We do business on bi.
We r:xtend every co
with fe and sound ba
Fourth far cent, paidC c
JAS. Mic IN YSJJ
r u ,' ent.
Ft. - .yng Lan< J
For Borrowing Money<
Get one of Our
It will be the means'of your Sax
a Fund that will buy L
SEIPTY LOAN AN
CSAr. Llo .& Adans Sts.. New~
that~I I i.r,
wth rn jran
i v u' r
ir oc) b. comes: sur
a ( t iC it L for J a While.
it of pendinig money
Ie they cannrot save.
F and carefulness and
nterest on Savings.
M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier
G. B. CROMER,1% Atty.
y, S. C.
. . $ 50,000.00
. . 25,000.00
. . 25,000
nsideration cmi) sistent
n deQposite l, cavings
re kroo; V/AUlit.
J. E. NoMTWO0D,
rad Be Convinced of its Value
'ing Money and accamirulating
and or Build a House.
D INVESTMENT CO,
berry. S. C.