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GOLD COMING- TO MLTROPOLIS.
Increased Their Deposits and the Sit
uation on the Whole is Appar
New York, Nov. 2.-The financial
week came to a close today without
-any notabl!e k;_iopmeu's. he stock
exebange wa; compara!ively steady
during the .!:.y with i'tle activity.
The runs Lpoo bankirg iistitutions
seem to be practically at an end and
few important confere:)Ots were held
by fica..iers. The .c.in in the re
.serves of the New York clearing house
h.:a !:e:ier tl-i in any re
cnt e:wrime. l,t - io be Largely
!- -. ty th< o: 1 rva I next week.
I 'a I. -- i ti;, r .-zc was about
$37,000,000, but $7,000,000 of this was
due to the requirements of 25 per
cent against an increase in the depos
its of $28,'00,000. This ~increase in
deposits in the clearing house banks
apparently represents the transfer of
funds from the institutions which
have been subjected to runs. The ac
tual loss in e-ash, therefore. was about
$30,000,000, which reduced the reserve
on hand to about$225,000,000. ' The
gold engagements increased slightly
today by orders from Pitssburg and
other poinits, making the total engage
ments to date $29,150,000. If all of
this amount should go into the reser
ves of the clearing house banks it
would practically restore their loss of
cash during the past week. Even the
diversion of a part of the amount to
other* cities wili leave the bulk of
the gold arriving to go into New York
banks and probably will result in an
increase of revrve next week. A
part of the decline in cash, in the
face of heavy deposits of treasuiy
funds, has been due to the calls of the'
country banks for currency. It is be
lieved that these have been pretty
largely met and that the amount will
not be nearly as large during the com
ing week. Reports received from var
- ious parts of the country indicate that
the system of meeting Vtay-rolls with
checks instead of in currency is being
largely adopted without any essential
inconvenience to wage earnerns.
William A. Nash. preside:it of the
Corn Exehange btr:k. and a member
of the New York clearing house com
mittee, said in explanation of today's
bank statement that the clearing
*house banks have been taking over
* the loans called by the trust compan
ies, and that this~increased the bank
loans. Mr. Nash said:
''The trust companies have increas
ed their deposits in the bank. The to
tal deposits have thus been increased
-without any addition to the stoek of
cash and naturally the percentage of
reserve has fallen. I do not regard
this significant because the interest on
deposits by the trust companies is
payable. not in cash but in clearing
''The changes in loans, deposits and
reserve are so much in the nature of
bookkeeping that they should not af
fect the present situation.
'The real matter in the bank state
ment is the supply of cash. The los
ses during the week are not greater
then I expected. The shipments to
the interior and the boarding of eur
rency account for the loss reported.
''I believe that from now Oin there
will be an improvement. The hoard
ed currency will respond, as it always
has, to the premi-um that is being of
fered' The gold on the way from
Europe will begin to v in next
-week and with it will come a falling
~off in the excitement about cash.''
ANOTHER YEAR'S GREAT RE
Xundreds of New Plants with Mil
lions of aCpital Added in the Ter
ritory Reached by the South
ern Railway and Mobile
& Ohio Railroad.
That the territory 'adjacent to iba~
Southern Railway and Mobile & Ohi'o
Railroad is not only maintaining its
*industrial growth but is making .iew
records along manufacturing lines is
again vividly shown through the fi
gares compiled by the Land and In
dustrial Department of these lines
and which appear in its recent a-n
nual'-report, covering the fiscal year
ending June 30th. The statistics tell
a most interesting story and are re
markable tributes to the enterprising
forces working continually for the
development of important resources
and the growth and .progress of a sec
tion having many and diversified in
The roptr shows that 9S9 new in
dustries, with a capital of $54.726r
009 were completed and put into
operation in the territory tributary
to the Southern Railway and Mobile
& Ohio Railroad during the twelve
* onths ending June 30th, a gain of
many millions of capital over the
previous year.' In addition 220 in
dustries made important additions to
t -i plants matiallyi increasing
11.:~i:,:;01. a:!d 90 industries. with a ]
eapital ot $7.l129,500, were reported
as under construction. These figures!
show the investment during the year
of the great sum of $73,286,800 in in
dustries. In addition to this there
was expended for general investments
in cities and towns. such as buildings,
street improvements. street railways. I
water and light plants $58,430.885.
This shows a grand total of $135,268,-'?
785 invested in industries and im
provements along the line of the
Southern Railway and Mobile & Ohio:1
Railroad for the year ending Ju.ne
30th last, outside of the money in- 1
ve-i ed in lands and farms and farm
Of the total inyestments in new in
dustries $4.0.4.000 went into the tex
tle industry. The cotton and oil
mills called for investments of $1.
117.C00, iron and iron porducts $4,
155,000. lumber mills $5,179,300, mis
eellaneous wood;working plants $1,
900.00, furniture factories $1.152.500,
brick plalns $1.375,100 and fertilizer
The showinz is certainly a magni
ficent one aid indicates most clearly
the steady and rapid growth of the
Southern states, and the work of fur
ther development of the country im
mediatelv tributary to these lines in
to ene of tle greatest and most pros
perous industrial regions of America
and the world.
The gain in farm values and farm
production in this region has kept
pace with the remarkable industrial
development. New settlers from the
North and from Europe have gone,
into the various communities along
the lines in increasing numbers and
larrEe investments have been made in
boih improved and unimproved farm
Letters renaining in the postoffice
The new Pure Food
ent medicine manufactu
gerous drug is in his ii
icals interested in pate:
declared that the formu
cines will have to be c
I facturers will dare confo
periodicals also declare
know of these changes
I This suspicion, howes
all Remedies. You I
Rexall Remedies have
Iform with the new Pur
Iknew the formulas of thea
The Rexall form ilas
thousand Rexall druggi
the Rexall formulas and
tomer who asked for th
No one Rexall Rem
be a "cure-all"--each ol
signed to cure a certai
These 300 remedies w'
thousands because the
and successful cures 1
wishing to conceal the f<
we are.proud to tell j
ways have been.
*That's where the R<
safeguard you than dc
Even now you'll only l<
in other patent medicin
Jbeen able to know the<
The Rexall guarante
evidence of the sincerit:
edies. For four year
offered to return the
brought back an empty
Iand said they were not
We, as one of the R<
uine satisfaction in ha'
this community for foi
medicines which the
ment by its new Pur
always made right am
served every bit of 1
I The Pure Food La
iother medicines, bul
IL Newberry, S. C.. for W-ek ei1111g
>ovember 2, 1907.
P,-Agnes Brown, D. B. Bowers, D.
C--Sis Sarran Cannon, Dora Col
ins, Nazey .Collins, Elbert Coleman,
ffiss Hattie Cannon, Miss Vinie
lark, Mr. M. S. Cromer, Mrs. Harry
lock, W. Arthur Crouch.
D-Hattie Deas, Miss Lucy Dor
oh, Coleman Deas, Carrie Davis, Mr.
E-Mr. Henry Evans.
G--Mrsfi Martha Gol-den, Mattie
Tary, Fannie Gary, Mr. L. G. Griffith.
H-Louvenia Hamilton, Elijah Her
)ert, Mr. Ralph Harper.
J-Airs. Alice 'R. Jackson.
L-irs. Emma Lewis.
M-Eligabeth McNeary, Lillian
Vartin, Richard Marshall, Neal Mar
mus, Mullins & Reynolds.
P-David Peen, Pink Prince.
R-Maggie Rutherford, Susan Ruff.
S-Kate Spearman, Lucy Swindler,
iss Alice Smith.
;Persons calling for these letters
will please say that they were adver
tised. C. J. Purcell, P. M.
FOR SALE, RENT OR LEASE, fif
teen horse 1arm one and one
half miles from Silver street. Ap
ply to Will W. Spearman.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of registration for the Town of
Newberry, S. C., are now open, and
the undersigned as Supervisor of
Registration for the said town will
keep said books open every day from
9 a. m., until 5 p. m., (Sunday ex
cepted) including the 1st day of De
Eug. S. Werts,
Supervisor of Registration.
Law requires every pat
rer to sell just what dan- F
edicine.' Certain period- -a
it n1editine reform have
las of many patent medi- 6
hanged before the manu-*
rm with this law. These
that the public will never 2
, and never know what ,
contained. - b
per, cannot rest upon Rex
ave absolute proof that a
w been changed to con
e Food Law, because you
eremedisfour years ago!
were never secret. T he
3ts have always known all
given them to every cus
edy was ever claimed to
the 300 remedies is de
n human ill-and does it.
ere selected from among
Swere the most reliable'
a the world. Far from
>rmulas of these remedies,
ustwhat they are, and al
xall plan goes further to
es the Pure Food Law.
now the dangerous drugs3
es, while you have always
amplete formulas of Rex
e has been the greatest
y back of the Rexall Rem
s Rexall druggists have
money to any one who
Rexall bottle er package
xall druggists, feel a gen-.
ving been able to supply
tr years with one line of
United States Govern
e Food Law shows were
sold ri~ at, and have de
;he faith you have had in
r may necessitate changes
it only endorses Rexall
!& WEEKS, [
The NG2f Stor
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'THE OLD WORLD
AND ITS WAYS"
WM JENNINGS BRYAN
586 Imperial Octavo Pages. 251 Su
perb Engravings from photographs
taken by Col. Bryan.
Recounts his trip around the world
and his visits to all nations. Great
est book of travel ever written. Most
successful book of this generation.
41,000 called for in 4 months.. Write
us for sample reports of first 100
agents emploved. The people buy it
eagerly. The a.ent's harvest.
Outfit rREE-Send fifty cents to
cover cost of mailing and handling.
THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO
St. Louis: Mo.
3 BEST BY TEST or TIMr-Par
oid, Asphalt Gravel and Asbestos
Spark proof roofing. I have studied
the roofing question and will not
sell any but the best. Come and see
C. H. Cannon,
Newberry, S. C.
T0 DRAW JURY.
Notice is hereby given that we, the
undersiznel juiry commissioners for
Ne-berry County. S. C.. will, in the
office of the Cli k of Court for said
Count,: and State. at 9 o'clock A. M..
J'Nov. Sth, 1907. o-enly and publicly
d.raw the namez of thirty-six persons
who shall serve at Petit Jur6rs for
the Court of Comm;n Pleas, which
will convene at Newberry C. H., S. C.
at 10 o'clock, Nov. 25th, 1907, and
continue for one week.
Jno. L. Epps,
Wm. W. Cromer,
Jno. C. Goggans,
Jury Commissioners for Newberry
County, S. C.
A few oftl. .300 famous REXALL
eedies, one for each human ill,
The chief ineiet of Mucu-Ton're
entian, Cubebs, Cascara Sagrada, Glyc
ie andl Sarsaparilla.
Gentian is recognized in medicine as one
the greatest tonics ever discovered. it
~mbines the tonic powers of all known
tters," with none of the disadvantages
a bls havefong been recognized as a
ecific in the treatment of all catarrhal
)nditiols. its action is prompt and its
inefit almost invariable.
CascaraSagrada is especially introduced
r its unapproacha;ble laxative prprties.'
he combiation of these with Gyerine
d Sarsaparilla makes Mucu-Tone a
,medy that attacks catarrh from. every
int and gradually restores the diseased
ssues. Bottle, 50c.
R NERVES - AMERICANmS ELDSR
The Rexall Americanitis Elixir is a ton
nerve food composed chiefly of free
'hosphorus, G lycophosphates, Iron Pyro
hosphate and Cahsaya.
The wonderful resul ts of this remedy are
ue to the fact that it supplies Phosphor
us to the nerve cells in a conaition .in
Thich it- can be immediately and easily
.ken up bythem.
The Glycophosphates, actual nzerve-tis
ie builders, are one of the most recent
nd valuable additions to this branch of
aedicine and unquestionably.a more effi
jent remedy than the well-known Hypo
he itron' Pyrophosphates are the most
asily assimilated form of iron which give
one and color, and the combined alkaloids
f Calisaya Bark have a tonic effect on a.l
nost all the functions of the body. 75c.
ind $1.50 a bottle.
IEXALL. "13" HAIR TONIC
T~he famous Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is
:omposed in chief of Resorcin, Beta Naph
hol and Pilocarpin.
Resorcin is one of the latest and.most
,ffective germ-killers discovered by science,
fd in connection with Beta Naphthol,
vhich is both germicidal and antiseptic,
combination is formed which not only
b~ro-;~ the germs which rob the hair of
s n:,lrmnt, but creates a clean and e
v2althy cond'ition of the scalp, which pre
rnts th'e development of new germs.
Ilocirpin is a welI-known agent for re
toril.ahe hair toi its n'atural color, where
h loss of co or has been due to a disease
f the scalp. It is not a coloring matter or
This combination of curatives mixed
ith akohiol as a stimulant, perfects the
most efective remedy for hair and scalp
troubles known today. Per bottle,50ic.
The New Laxadive
If you suffer from constipation or .a
sluggish liver, we want you to try this
newest member of the Rexall family. it
Rneall,Orderlies have all the virtues
and none of the defects of those laxatives
and cathartics already known. They are
harmless vanilla-flavored tablets that effect
a re-ad justment of Nature's. functions
o rping, rno nausea, no p urging...
Peasant to the taste-they give immedi
Atria efwill prove to you that they are
the best laxative and cathartic ewer pre
c. a.bol of twelYe; 2.5C. a box of 36.
KEAL ESTATE AN
"According to statistics, the majority
have made their fortures through real
large or how small your available cash c
there are golden opportunities at hand to
I would like to call special attention to
ituated on one of the highest points in ti
>uildings. It is convenient to the col:
4. Two-story brick store, Express Office and i
5. Livery Stable, one of the most convenient.
6. 350 acres land near Whit=ire, S C.
7. 115 acres land, with outbuildings, two and
8 Five-room house, two acres land, at Moui
9. Building lot in Brooklyn.
i. 'Two-story brick store and sales stables op1
12. Tw.>-story brick store rm Main street, very
16, 17,. Lots on Y. J. Pope property.
being only about 200 yards from the railr<
22. House and one acre lot at reasonable price
29. 30-. Two five acre lots near Mollohon Mfg.
32 13 acres land near Mr B. C. Matthews', 2
33. 320 acres land in New Chapel neighborhoc
room houses and oatbuildings.
34. Nine-room two story house, 27 acres land,
35. 100 acres timber land 15 miles from Newb
Strothers and one from Dawkins.
36 1) acres clay land one mile from the city,
37. Five-room cottage and lot, corner old Mom
41. Two 1rts adjoining Mr. John Reagin, ioo:
46. Nine-room residence with reception hall, i
50. One lot -adjoining Mr. W. F. Ewart, in de
51. Plantation one mile from Silver.Street, co:
53. Eight-room house and lot, in High Point.
About 23( acres of land
56 57 Two lots en Main Street, in front of N
6o. 285 acres land sixteen miles from Newberr
within -three miles of two churches. This
65. One new five-room house and lot on uppei
half of land.
79. I 19 acres land one and a half miles from t
place for a small farm and dairy.
80 131 acres land two miles from Newberry
This has a residence, two cabins and outbi
to get the advantages of the Graded Schcx
81. 425 acres land, 125 acres in cultivation, 75
land. This has two 2-room houses and o3
from Whitmire, 5 miles from Renno and
Price of place $r i oo per acre.
82. H. E. Todd lot on Muin Street. This fori
83. 145 acres land partly in the town of Whitt
tage and three tenant houses. A portion
lots, the balance used for farming purpc
school and church advantages.
84. About 300 acres land within three miles of
86. Lot with three room house near Mollohon
87. Nice lot on College street.
88. House and lot on Glenn street, near Mr. I
89. 19o acres land partly in the incorporate Iii
90. For rent, store on upper Main Street.
92. New Cottage and lot on Nance Street, $I,
"The Man Betwee
THE ANNUAL PAL
Will be Held Nover
One Fare plus 25 cents on all RL
Grand Military Prize Drills and F
to participate. Firemen's Pal
Contes's. Fourth Annus
FOOTBAL L-Welsh Neck vs.
Citadel' vs. Cc
Street Carnival, Illumination of Ci
Shows, Spectacular "Figh
Nightly on Marlot
.WHAT IS EG(
Economy is a frugal and judicious use
which spends money to advantage. Eco
great bargain sales.
We have just returned from th~e Nort
the market and securing many exL ellent
for the public to- inspect our- immense
store. We have the new things, the r
Prints from 5c. up, White Homespun 5c.
up, complete line of .Dry Goods and notii
double width, at Soc. is a great bargain.
Youths' $2.50 to $ro.oo, Boys' from -j5c
things in Hats and Caps. Pretties't line
have ever had. Our experienced North
from the North, and our immense stock
ready for inspection, embracing the new
immense line of Furniture is now ready
Groceries, Hargware, Crockeryware, Tr
is now complete. We have added a new~
tgrs, and the bargains contained on then
pe wonder how we can sell goods so che:
8 lbs. best Granulated Sugar $1.oo.
Machine $25-oo, new Defender Machine,
for 20 y ears. We have only two Organ
make special offer, $42.50, elegant tones
the old reliable Iron King and Elmo Coc
best on the market., For every five doll
choice on our bargain counter.
Prosperity, S. C.
)f wealthy men and women
estate- It 'Inatters not how
r your investment may be,
No. 53. This residence is
ie city and has-plenty of out
lege, and I am satisfied is a
ld Post Office -
a half miles from Mountville, S. C.
itville, a good well of water and
>osite city hall.
bout one mile from the- city.
d, t w. four-room houses, two two
near New Chapel neighborhood.
erry, 5 miles from Pomaria, 2 from
Y4 mile from the railroad.
er home very cenveniently locat
r 19o feet each.
ataining 337 acredUnd.
One of the besthomesin the city.
y, seven miles from Saluda, and
has a six-room residence
Main street, with an acre and a
2e city. This wouldbe-a splendid
, known as the Paysinger place.
ilding. This is cnvenient enough
o1 and the College -
acres original forest, 15 acres bottom
ie 4-room house. -Is -about 7 miles
ne mile from Stoig Springs.
nerly used 'as Saltiiihotograph
aire, S. C., with a'fokre room cot
of this can be sold 6f: for building
'sea. It.- would be -cJfstenient for
Kinards, S. C
L L. Tarrant's.
nits of Whitmire, S. C.'
J. A. BURTOX.
n" the Seller and Biyer.
nber 18 to 23.
ilroads for RoundTrip.
~arade. State Companies
ade and. Horse Reel
J Poultry Show.
College of Charleston.
ty, Band Concerts. Free
ting the Flames"
of money-that manadesnent
rony is best exemplifiedin=eur
ern markets after searchin~
barr.ains. We are now ready
~tock ini our great department
ice things, the cheap things.
,up, Checked Homespun Sc.
mns. Our Imperil1 Broadclorh,
Men's Suits $3.50 to $r*5 00,
,to $6.co. New and nobby
of Rugs and Art Squares 'we
ern Milliner has just returned
of fashionable Millinery Is tow
and up to date things. Outr
for in-spection. Our stock sof
uuks, Valises and WVoodenware
feature in roc. and'25c. co'um
tis creating a- sensation. Peo
ip. We me- tion a few specials,
ew drop head Domestic Sewing
drop head, $17.93, guaranteed
le t, and to close them out we
,oak and walnut. We handle
king Stove, beyond doubt the
ars you trade we give free one
LTHEY SELL FOR LESS&