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OHE COMMERTCIA BANK
NEWBERRY, S. C.
The Bank of Prosperity|
Prosperity, S. C.
eAT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, APRIL 28, 1909.
Loans...... $ 97,2I3.14 CapitalStock...... $ 25,000.00
-Overdrafts.n.. - -1,976.03 Surplus and profits. . I2,497.50
OverdraftJun 23,6.8 ReDs909s2 9O O0
June 23, 909Building and Fixtures 4,000.00
Cash in our Due to other banks . . 2,694.o[
vault. . $ 6.I83.57 Deposits ......-9
RESOURCES OF LHE_STATE_OF_SOUTHAI LIIES
Loan.s and Discounts - - $352,288.64 Capital - - - - $ 50,000.00___
uritr adFitr . 3.11 16.93 Surplus and Profits - 64,965.30DRCOS
Funtr n Ixtrest -ai .n -u 20vng 0ep0rm00t
Ovedrafts3 93686 Re-Discounts - 20-,00 .0NL.BA- W .H N
Cashon hand and with - - 38729
Cash in sttt ion isu deores rowed mo fney . r.g.lNONE
eaier y h tt Banks.Examiner.
SUMMER L, WAER FL Y T S.B E D GE B A HUNT
Z. F. WRIGHTB, GEQ. S MOWER,
W. H. HUNT, J. H. WEST, JNO. M. KINARD. .
and a 32-calibO S. and W. pistol in waynen of Holland. day, the quarlel was renewed and
eE e on in th is viintyB E xamin e
his right hand. The coroner's jury,!ara Commissioner Wt-1rs-Taylor threatened to leave a
S o iMaistrat J. R. Black- son met the yung man, who had just third time. S
Wiffe and Then Kills Him- well, found that Bush 'came to his received his deg-ree from a German "'Well, if youtCre going to leave me$10. Yucnadtitoayplnousef,btweug
ef.death from a gunshot wound inflicted university He was eng-aged as one again we mig ht as well go tog-ether,$
by 'his own hand." of M1r. Watson 's secretaries, and replied the angry husband, and begangsthtyuaotom syeac,dfiemtodstats
byGEOiW SUMME L.d. W . FLOYD,g
Od,efield. July 5.-Several -arties ent to the continent with him. Later shootino.
from de neighborhood where the aw- PEAEMAKER FATALLY SHOT.'w th e fired four times, one of the balls
EL a a.32-calibrees Sail he came to Mr. Watson and asked penetrated the neck, another the rign vr p i i all Acc ou r
new Ts Pre todav that Mr. George Minister Wounded wh:le Tryng to j to be brought to America. He came at hand and two went into the back. S e D Y cpa Sac
BuS this morning shot and instantly Separate his Son and Another d a very low salary and was employed est_tha y do some s i c, damd s t
Sas interpreter in the commissionerry n n d beg
biyeh his wife, Alice, the weapon Boy Who Were Fighting. oshioort ig . m on way Bm esrs sa
useA being a pistol. The homicide oc- o.fve a far ew n e Wit ts B out he
Cured at the home of Mr. P. P. Doo- -rayson, Ga., July t.-Much ex- bre g i Carton aea. Independence Day Ccthe bak .
cure t hehmeofM. . .Do- rysn,G.,Juyo.Mahex th English language. tims.--337 Injured. Once you acquire the habit of laying by a certain per cent. of
little, an uncle of Mrs. Busb's, near citement prevails in this community L g b w N- Im b
Rehoboth Baptist Church, this coun- over the fatal injury of the Rev. E. York, where Mr. Watson secured him Nhelw
L_ LA.ngl,v v-1ho was today shot while Yok hr r asnscrd-i New York, July 5.-Four deaths, yu noei ilbcm laueadyuwl onhv
ML..adp tingly o sa s ody Bseo L a position with the Monarch .Type- 337 injured, nine of them dangerously a snug sum earning interest for you.
r fnd esa sav be p ig t spaat 3 oli eea-writern Seovera tmonthsv ago and one so seriousl othat deathseens DON'T PUT IT OFF. BEGIN NOW.
disiipatdu hts. He orers llged inery gagedbi aii tig Lgefohtapresident of the company as his pri- ord in New York and Brooklyn to D DA E PO T
gsa rs med ha time, but recently re- desperateadei th pistols. Each re- valar ecretary at a very handsom midnig t o ed u o e 'lc J . .D V N O T E D W . R . H IP P ,
turned to this county, of w1hich he is ceived two wounds o.t a serious na- salay.h fls: resident.to.tenes'dent,
a native, and in the neighbo/lhood ture. MULN HAS COSTLY FIE own follows Presears.old.esidied
where his wife resided, and has been The minister in attempting to act f rown fractdsl, cyaseod, byied-M P A M N E .B R M R
usan efforts to get her to return to as peacemaker, came withim the range Prty Wo~th $300000 Was De- frm fatue skl,cue-ye .L P A M N GEtBt~VV~l
him. This she refused to do. On Sat- of the flying bullets and fell at his stoyd-piinPeopsI-ikon of toy cannon.verol,ddCah r.rny
urday last he avowed his intention to son 's feet mortally wounded. I to endinrary I artin orothcuse by iniio o didC sheoxtony
take his wife's life and then his own, -_______ cni.fo of rn catei edyintino o
and while little credence was given to AERONAUT DASHED TO DEATH-. uln,Jl 5-h goiu Matfedoi,Gogiesnyar.d$ $ $$ $ $ $ $ #
wh.hAai,alipeaton -5h was ushered in by a disastrous b)ov, died of tetanus after wounding
Bush was moved from the place where Before a Horrified Crowd of Five fire which started about 4 o'clock this 'ui. had with a .toy pistol. a m
she was stayig when the threat was T*housnd Specta.tors at Portland, m iorning. The origin of the fire is un- Paao-ispe,4 er l
mde.e tha Mer. ucesh o e a ne d t was Ma.ne k own though it is generally thought killed by random bullet supposedly F r to e s n
thereic th is m r.nBush anp rd t 11 -----in, ui .3~t o be of incendiary origin. It started fired by a celebrator, though relatives *yRei though not svere, has a tendency to irritate te sn i
without wurning or excuse shot her Iing the prmsuof iring of revolvers michael company and soon spread to mairesain tyh and murbere Conghs tkue e l itrst ever tre yha akae to
to data.. as a sig al forth iemax of theaeialgd o cery b id so e o.lo d C r inbe e cy and so e.burb wo erin * n a on i the o t ddelicate r ochair t b so tub e.
Th i c m t n e f -h o ii eact. James Corcoran, aeronaut, 28 'The loss is estimated at about $30,- hi eilnue r bY thoer sco a rea t one in p a T e b st r m d i U CK R L E O G
are not known 'here: Bush, it is said, years old, of Lowell, Mass., cut loose 000, with about $20,000 insurance. I' age. okpoe i n ra a-* ltu It iato ih eiat te eatlr ai trubes and the
lied as soon as he got in his bloody ~with his parachute when but a few Iis a heavy blow to tVhe town just now ag.*lM.the ast. ree iro MQIK an isCsfOUG
wor1k. cok t-a h if Ou s'hundred feet from the earth 4here to- as the tobacco season is about to open chove s r W anS Idt . 25 fr e ntso M atn a sa ri O
r e 1a o'clcka troy do ohei n eetiang amst iiisednto deth ground, and the merchants will necessarily beS c lifM lt 25ensa
re eveda tlegrm fom odo on e'eingalmst istat dathat thle out of business as there is not a va-iM Y S R G S O E
the Charleston and Western Carolina feet of 3.000 horrified spectators. eaAtEstoreUinStown.
Railway :o come there at once, t hat Three p)arachuttes were attached to cant stored ntorw ere all_bric
Bushi had killed his wife, and the !Ihe ballooni for a triple Jump. It was and the pride of the towni. Much
presmpton ere.wastha hehadarranged that Corcoran should drop damage was done to the property on
been captured atthat place about with his parachutes when he heard a the opposite side of the street from
thr-ee miles from where the killing oc- certain number of revolver shots after the excessive heat. It is said that t'he
cur'ed. - . . the balloon had reached a height of stores will be. rebuilt at once./
Bahsh is well known here. 'having iapproximately 53.000 feet. --
caried the mail from Edgefid to ICoreor'an had barely left the ground SIX PERSONS CREMATBD.
Parksville for several years. He was Ibefore promiseuous firing began, but S E I L NT C
a hard drinker, it was alleged, but was t'he man to give the signal called out Confederate Veteran and Five Chil- S E I j O I E
sthoghtto be harmless. Mrs. Bush to him to keep on up. Above a few de undt et tDn
before marrying was a Miss Doolittle, hundred feet it is hard for an aero- ville.WE H AlESRAS
and a most estimable woman, her naut to judge correctly his exact WHN TH-----REM M AL' AGZ N
family being prominent in the county. height, and so when Corcoran heard a Danville, Va., July 5.-As a result.. O TH
second fusilade it is believed 'he was of a mysterious fire. which totally de- O H
Edigefield. July 5.--Later informa- certain the signal had come. He was stroyed .the home of S. E. Hamlett,hemsinrstgWoa'hmepb
tinbogtby -a party direct from seen to drop, although he was barely at South Boston early this mormtng. G oiu F urhThems neetn oa' oepbi
theuJ sce e o et a e y hot l et i n h air tofive of tJeir chil.dren and H. A. U cation, illustrating m onthly the latest M cCall
thogh rs.Bush is sht ix times, The distance wstoshort for t'he Strange, aged 74, were burned toPatrswllbsetptaitoyuades
she is alive with no hopes ofrecovery- parachute to peni properly, and the rdeath, and another child, aged four Patternsoodillebicant gotSpoud B your adread
Her statement'is that her husband man dropped like a plummet, strikinig years, seriously injured. Mr. and Mrs. dE aery godA ianoisebts ot OeYao ny5 et.yrg
met her coming from the spring and the ground about 1.000 feet from IHamlett esca.ped without injury. Jand aeos-u o nMcalorl'S M5gazints y regularep posed
'eaned that she come back to him: where the ascension was made. -- with his Clothes. We have in McCld Maazn y o ake pte
S efused. He then said: "Wel He sustained a fracture of the KILLS WIFE, -SHOOTS HISELF. thsco on just what to wear and how tomk -t
vou are a dead w<snan," and comn- skull and other injuries and he soon -~ FthoTseIR Y D cYSooNLl
mened tiring shooting 'her twice diedl. Richmonad arermCommis Murder FET R- IGTS TSewllgv ON McALP TRNo
news soread like wildfire, and soon REMARKABLE RISE. - WeONEgv NEMCL P A ENo
hundreds of citizens gathered and are Rcmn.V. uy5-elrn h Ra hns-ihpet oronslcina
unigBush. As yedhe has not been Young Man Who Came Here in' Rhmond.eVshould never-le clmagig th "Rinel thnst-tht plentyyou--w selDE Cion free ONE LADg, IthEcn
catured, but likely will be. and the Wittekind Advances.--Announces unless they went together. Mor'decai of 8Gne' bu nobhatsh-H ND EC IEF fre c agaiheac
aprehension is that he will be - his Engagement. Harvey Tayvlor',a barber, living at No. ness that fairly screams-in yearly subscripto frth Maaie
Cohnebiedtate1.211-s o rt h an2nlld stffre two non all wool, silk and wool, and fast This offer expires July 15th, 1909.
ynhe. Jly5.-atr ifoma-AColumbiar taeceive. thi ho t 1 and kille2d stree.r two nof
Edgefield. Juy5-ae nom-Aps adwsrcie hsmr-their smallest children, and then color fabrics. [.
tinis that BusIi is dead. One t'heory ing by Commissioner Watson from 'rushed into anl adjoinung room and1 AYouciclReduressof welelAllndoaeco-s
being that he killed himself. the other Jean Ferman Famaey, the young Bel- turned the same revolver on himself, ouicany w ell and coc Yorrtuy
was that he was summarily dealt with. Igian, whom the commnissionler brought :inflicting a wound in the left breast oial ih orcretYustuy
with him on the Wittekind. and who which may prove fatal. IClothing for men.
Augusta, Ga.. July 5.-The p)osse served for several months in his office The mur'der and attempt at suicide
that aurrounded Gerge W. Bush in as ani intepr&rte. ate~wads zing to was the result of a quarrel. wyhih Suits $10.00 to $30.00g
seuedo- went in after Bush. TPhev large~ buisiiess concern. announeing the e'aildreni by Taylor. Mrs. Taylor
f' Mhi lying on the groundl dead4. hiS --atheial en!: me- '' to the left him Satmrday.in e Ew art-Perry Co