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' PR91031 TO
tJat Binsh4iM nto Spenicer's
O Wn, Me& .8. - Anotht:
wt eko': South, railwa occut
an , Va. Thea
arm.a the re o
pg day . which' e
tne e head of the 'oitthe
py,was kille. A assingo
o1a dehed intO t . n tb en
- inney was killed and his fireman i
ured The passenjers osB&Oed ii
ttiiy. The fyeight,- e0 iat.ght fir
tramaps are missing and are believe,
to have been killed.
The englieer in the recent wrec
in which President Spencer was kill
4 ed Wag W inney, and for a whli
it was bel eved that the man kille
t6day .dip he, but the similarity o
the nar vas explained by the rail
La 'ei.-T.he body of an unknow:
- man has bn tiken from the wreel
9Jhe dead engineer is a brother of IV
A. Kinney, who was ill the wreel
when' Bpencer was killed.
The Kinneys are well known ii
Columbia, especially among the ran
road service. Many engineers, fire
men, conductors and .trainmni nov
here have worked with the Kinnoys ii
times past. It was W. A. Kinne,
who was at the throttle of the engin,
which plowed throuagh Spencer'
coach on Thansksgiving day. He ha
been in a number of wrecks before
but always escaped scrious injiury, a
was his good fortilnile in tile smash-u
at Lawyer, Va. The miaii killed to
day, George C. Kiniley, was his broltl
er. Tieir uivle, Ciar-les U. Kinney
was killed in a wi-eck on the saime di
vision of tle Soulthern a year ago.
The father of W. A. and N. C
Kininy was in a ba,d1 eollision be
tween two passviieger Iraios lit llari-is
burg, ,ust north of' Charlot.te, severn
YeIl's ago. Foirt-een people were killel
in that vieck ad the old man Kiinine
was hiiiself, serioiislv iilinured. II
won a damai11Iige siuit, secrvinilg a Conisid
erable sum, an l his nVt run an en
gine since. Ilis inic is Jeroine Kin
ney. He is now iii business at Thoi
asville, N. C.
A..~ L. -
"PAy Wife's Family.
Success artistically and laugh pre
ducing from the start, "My Wife
Family," a three act musical fare
coniedy, written by 1J%k Stephens an,
Harry I lltoni, OPPid ita tIlhr!e days
en-ageimet at the Aeafelviy of Mit
yester'day, pleasi 1,%g two la 1(ge and at
'Z';[ M etr<
preclative audienes. Patterned aftev
the Hoyt styl% of farce comedy an<
built for laughing purposes only
My Wife's Family" is.superior t<
a*Pt13 I ha been seen in tho
s,soxnething"' "My Wife'
th*eh o ends itseli
nt -6"Vers. 'It is just i
jolly bit of tom-foolery. It is nevei
eie* -vulgar, always refine<
bus ai ay a well atisfied audi
O There fare three hours o:
M , song and drollery, with nevei
dninxte that is slow or dull. It 1
one round of jollity from the risi
to the fall of the curtain. The come
dians are funny, the ladies pretty an(
vivacious, and the songs and muso
k are catchy. Striking and effectiv4
stage costumes, stgge pictures thal
please the eye, and snatches of wil
j 'that make you lagh in spite of your.
r self make "My Wife's Family" r
rOR SALE at th6 lowest prices It
this part of the state, my magni
ficent line of holiday goods.
Mayes' Book Store.
In the home and in education,
produce noble men and women.
Our greatest Colleges use
Stieff pianos exclusively, because
they are musically Pure.
In the homie a Stieff piano
is an emblem- of pruiity in musi
cal relinemnti and proof of an
1Only Artfislis standar,11d sold di
reet. Iile today1N, f4i prices and
OHAS. M. STIEFF,
M0,11uIfacturer of the piano With
s 5 'Oest Trade Street,
OHAALOTTE, N. C.
C. H. WILMOTH, MGR.
Tot miss this (
the place to I
rins to il
Oontinued 'hrough the Yers.
Patience-"in Bohemia courtships
are abnormally long. In that country
engagements frequently last from 16
to 20 years." Patrice-"A love story
in print over there must look like
ta Carnegie library."-Yonkern
There never was a pretty -girl so
stupid that she eouldri't fool the .cv
crest man of her acquaintance.
The Commercial Ban
Interest Paid in Sa
The Bank for
Jno. M. Kinard, Pres. 0. B. Mayer
You are cordially invi
bank. Every facility of
tion to the wants of our
the established policy o
We pay 4 per cent ii
account is earnestly sol
J. D. DAVENP
E. R. HIPP, Vi
M. L. SPEAR D
R1 H I
00Ox 150 an<
reat Sale! L
ive and Educe
The Door Was Ajar.
The ardent Frenchman looked ten
derly at the fair young mistress of his
soul. "Je t'odare!" he murmured.
"Maybe I'd better," she returned.
"You can't never tell who's listening
in this yere house.' '-Baltimore
A married man. thinks lie could have
saved a lot of money had he remained
a bachelor, but he couldn't.
Capital $50,000.00. Surplus $40,000.00
DEAR ME! DID TOU EVER I
Here's my page on the ledger at my
bank and I've a lot more to my credit
than I ever dreamed of. Yes, Mr.
Saint Nicholas, that's true. - You see
A POPULAR BANK
like The Commercial Bank, of New
berry, S. C., means prosperity to those
whose accounts we handle. Tliat's the
rule, and not the exception. We'd like
to interview you and have you open
an account this Christmas time.
k of Newberry,S.C,
Vice-Pres. J. Y. McFall, Cashier
rry, S. C.
ted to make this yourl
modern banking is at
y and Careful Atten
customers, has been
f this bank.
iterest in .Savings De
I twice a year. Your
more can b
~ots. selling f<
te the Child1
iven A w
The Eue of The Book Store,
Come down the street any day and you will see in the Book
Store windows a big showing of the finest merchandise on the
I rarely attempt fancy effect window trimming, allowing
windows to reflect the character of my store inske. I offer
baits, no frills,'no flourishes, just plain, reliable goods atz
lowest reasonable prices, not holiday prices, but plain/every
day prices marked in plain figures. You don't need to.A>e told
the price, all you have to do is to pick up the article and see
the pri,e. In my windows are always plenty of articles of each
kind; all of them true samples of what I offer in the various de.
partments. The window displays my advertisement and the
representation of my sales-people are all in tune, and the key
note is "square dealing." It will pay for you to watch well the
Book Store windows. There are real bargains to be seen in
them all the time. While others are crying hard times and
small sales, the Book Store is selling more goods than ever be
fore in its history. My sales on last Saturday were more than
doubled my sales of a year ago. My cash book will prove
what I say, and to show my good will for the large patronage I
received from the people of Newberry town and county, I am
going to make each and every person who buys as much as 25
cts. worth of goods on Thursday, December 18,.1906, a pres
ent of a paper bound novel worth 25 cents, and on January 2,
1907, 1 will give to some one absolutely free ten dollars in
money. Every time you make a purchase of 25 cents or more
you get a ticket, so remember that when you want anything,
come to the Book Store. Rich and poor stand an equal show
ing. There is no catch, no bait except the ten dollars. It is
given to show my appreciation of the patronage I received at
your hands. I want every person in the town and county to
see my grand display of Christmas goods. - You need not be
afraid that you will worry me or my clerks, it is a pleasure to
have you come whether you buy anything or not. All I ask of
you is to come. The Book Store is open every night until
after 1I o'clock, so if you can't come during the day, come at
MAYES' BOOK STORE.
day at 2:30 p. m.
r HALF VALUE!
ray Each Day.
is on Ilqvestnjent.
W. R. Reid.