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THE PROSPERITY CLUB
Institution to aid those who d<
systematic way. Its object is to i
ly and the plan is suitable for al
As an incentive for you to j
$1.25, which is equal to your fii
be credited to your account wh?
In addition to the Bonus wli
Interest, compounded semi-annu
In addition to the Bonus am
you to deposit regularly and cor
hundred weeks, we will reward
You can join The Prosperit;
you join, the sooner you will rec
"Saving by System M<
Each member of The Prosperity (
which the toted deposits,.the amount o)
and the amount of the Premium are pi
will enter the date received, placing hi
receipt for your payments.
tl- -L:?i. Ratmi
1 ne OOJCCl U1 UUl giving mis uuiiu
count with us, and to teach you how ez
We will allow you Interest for the
your money deposited with us, and it v
? A p ? >*n?iTov J tr/Mit" evetomaf'ir fl
no a i c tt ai u iv>i j uu> oj 4?vi<*uwv v>
sent you with a Cash Premium at the e
mium and Bonus is a part of our Profit
. reward you for your continuous dealing
All deposits are to be made weekb
vance if you desire. The hardest sum t<
only four accounts with a weekly depoi
interest, at the end of the Club period.
"Real Opportunity Comes On1
AN EASY AM
After a great deal of thought we h<
easiest sum which the average person <
ship to the saver, and yet be the basis f
of the Club period of two hundred wee
It has been well said: "It is not th
the amount which you save, that make*
The Prosperity. Club has been formed t
cf NO DUES OR f
It costs nothing to join our Prosperity
in?+ in trmiK* fi*ef f $1
pbstoffice or express money order to u
Everybody pays in the same amoui
two hundred weeks these small weekly
may open as many accounts as they de
If your income should cease tempo
than the $250.00 which you have savec
whom can you look for money to help \
perity Club will meet these situations, s)
) THE PROSf
your opening an account in our F
of $1.25, which is equal to the amount <
2 We will pay you Interest for the entire i
at the maturity of The Prosperity Club
will be compounded semi-annually and
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3 Upon completion or ail your deposits m
money you have deposited, the Bonus g
the Interest earned, and also pay you a
4 Deposits may be made on any day of ec
made at one time.
5 Anyone may open as many accounts as
each account being considered a separs
6 The terms contained on the signature c?
also a part of the rules of The Prosperil
The Exchange Bank
Banking Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 |
H. L. PARR, President. W. G. HOUSEA1
H. L. PARR W. G. H(
W. C. BROWN Geo. B. C
J. A. SENN
has been formed in our Banking
onttq mnnov in 3n P3CV ATlf^
k^dll C IV/ dn V IltUllV/J AAA l*il j v*>AM
jromote the habit of saving regularII
oin our Club we offer a Bonus of
-? - mi , 11
*st weekly deposit. 1 his amount win
m you become a member of The
iich we give you, we will pay you
1 Interest, and as extra incentive for
itinuously for the Club period of two
you by giving you a Cash Premium.
y Club at any time, but the earlier
eive its benefits.
aikes a Success of Saving"
!!lub will be furnished with a pass-book in
r the Bonus, the amount of Interest earned,
inted. As each deposit is made, our teller
i r. .1 _ j_*._ 1.1 ^
s initials aner ine aaie, uius g*viug a.
s to you is to induce you to keep your acisy
it is to save regularly.,
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enure uuu penuu, uuuu^ muui y\ju navt
fill be compounded semi-annuallyat 4 per ct.
irift for the entire Club period, we will preind
of the two hundred weeks. This Pre:-Sharing
Plan, with which we are going to
rs with us.
y, or you can make several payments in ad3
save is the first $1,000.00, yet if you open
sit of $5.00 you will have $1,000.00 with
'y to the JM an with Ready Money"
OUNT TO SAVE "
ave selected the sum of $1.25 as being the
? 1. ?. i : i i
;an save pei wcck, wiuiuul uciug a uaiuor
saving a considerable amount by the end
0 BY EASY STEPS
e amount of money which you earn, but
? you wealthy." It is with this in mind that
o help you accumulate $250.00 in an easy
EES TO BE PAID
Club You can become a member by bring25,
or if more convenient, you can send a
ITS THE SAME
nt of money, that is, $1.25 each week. In
r deposits will amount to $250.00. Anybody
?A REAL FRIEND
rariiy where would you find a better friend
1? Or, in case of accident or sickness, to
mu through this extra expense? The ProsO
iliUlU kiicjr ano^.
'rosperity Club we will credit you with a Bonus
of vour first deposit.
:ime, and on the full amount you have deposited
period, which is two hundred weeks. Interest
added to your deposits.
The Prosperity Club we will pay you all the
iven you at the time you opened the account, all
Cash Premium at the end of the Club period.
ich week, and several advance deposits may be
; they wish in our Prosperity Club department
A. - M _i.'
ird, which is signed by the new member, are
Newberry, S. C.
j. m. Saturday# from 9 a. rn. to 5 p. m.
L, Vice-President. M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier.
XJSEAL M. L. SPEARMAN
ROMER JOHN C. NEEL
J. D. WHEELER
' MY IF GLARED HARHFIL
I TO BUSINESS INTERESTS
- Twenty-four Counties Represented at
j (onferen(v to Consider Fire
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i Xcws and Courier.
j Columbia, March 14.?Resolutions
declaring the Anti-Compact act inimI
ic-al to the farming and business in.
; tercets o the State and urging meet
j ings of all commercial and business
: bodies and farmers with legislative
; delegations in each county, to consider
j the situation and to suggest some remI
edy, and advising that the permanent
organization confer with lawyers rej
lative to a proposed testing of the con;
stitutionality of the act, were adopted
Dy representative uusmess men hvlh
24 counties in the State at a con erencc
I i:? the Columbia Chamber of Commerce
rooms this afternoon. j
The resolutions were adopted after
several hours of discussion by business
men who had gathered to consider the
: situation brought aboiu by the with
I drawal or nre insurance companies
from business in South Carolina.
! Strenuous objection to the resolutions
; was voiced 'by Representative R. B.
! i'eiser, o'. Sumter, who was active In
I :.he passage of the anti-compact bill.
He fought alone and single-handed, but
was overwhelmed, the resolutions be;
ing adopted with only his dissenting
! Insurance Commissioner jti. mcMaster
defended his course in a speech
before the conference and declared that
r.i'.- fir insurance com pan\:.s were ;.o.
justified in theirs construction of the
law and in withdrawing from the 'State.
ITp strongly favored the formation of
mutual companies and thought the situation
menacing and fraught with dis!
aster to the State. They wanted somei
thins: done to get the insurance com
panies to come back.
Other members of the general asj
senibly at the meeting included Speaker
James A. Hoyt, Representative HuffI
man o' Richland county, and Senator
j ruck, of Horry county. None took any
part in the discussion besides Mr. Belser.
The conference lasted several
hours and was attended by business
| n?en from all parts of the State.
! Malaria nr Phillc Z. Foyer
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| Prescription No. 666 is prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS 6. FEVER.
j Five or six doaes will break any case, and
! if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
! return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel And does not gripe or sicken. 25c
; Cures Oid Seres, Otnsr ftemeClts Won
The worst cases, no matter of howlong: sta~?lmjr.
ire cured br fhe wonderful, old rc.iable Dr. !
Porter's Antiseptic Healing: Oil. It relieves
' iii end Heals at th" cam*, time. ?v:. 50c. irl.i*
Invigorating to uie Faic and Sick'.j
The Old Standard general strengthei in? tonkGROVE'S
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"MISSING LINK" IX P. & X.
RAILWAY MAY BE REMOVED
Greenville, March 16.?If the Piedmont
& Northern lines enjoy a sub
j : au .
ai..;nt:al increu.se id revenue aurmg me 1
next six months, the "gap" in the ter-!
ritory served will be eliminated. IhatJ
is, if the patrons of this electric road I
<!mnnrt and throw a i
*?lii i Uii; cvy * w o
laige volume of 'business to the road j
for the next hali. year the line from i
Spartanburg to Gasrcnia will be con-,
strueted. A statement tc this effect
was made Thursday afternoon Dy !
Oapt. E. A. Smyth, a director of the
Piedmont & Northern, to the Green- j
wile Chamber of Commerce.
Some days 'l^o the Piedmont
Northern practically decided upon this
course, but wit!? leid announcement
until the proposition could be put before
the business interest of the com
inanity. I' the increase m lovenue is
sufficient during the next six months
to pay intrest on the ibonds neces-j
> iry for tlie construction cf the Spar- !
tanburg-Gastonia link, the work will
be carried to completion. It was tlie
original intention of the line, accord
ing to common report, to build from
hCarlotte on the north, to Greenwood
on the south. This i.!t?i;ticn has been
carried out witu the exception of the
link between Spartanburg and Gaston
ia, a distance ot so:ite>.uiiig' inure iuau
This announcement :s of great imponance
to all tho I'ieemoht section,
especially in view ol another contemplated
electric railwjy which is
practically certain .r, V* built from Atlanta
to Anderson. (With the Gastonia
bparianDurg uiik. couiyieieu, au excellent
quick service will be afforded
from Charlotte to Greenwood and vice
versa, with important connections at
LdcA end of the lihe. Then witlL the
! Atlanta to Anderson will not be connection
'.rom Atlanta to Charlotte, all
the way via. electric lines. This Atlanta
to Anderson road will not be
( (instructed bv the Piedmont & North
ern, though there are capitalists interested
in the plan who are able to
build the road and who, accorling to
.veil founded reports will build it. |
ANDERSON TO ATLANTA
BY ELECTRIC RAILWAY j
AnrWson March 16.?A cotds of en
gineers began a preliminary survey
this afternoon of the proposed electric
railway ? rom Anderson to Atlanta. Anderson
county's share of allotment to
secure the road has been placed at
$175,000. ILwo routes are under consideration.
People living on the upper
or Townville route announce, that they |
have secured $150,000 and more to be i
raised tomorrow. The road is toeing;
promoted by Atlanta capitalists. i
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LUTHERAN LAYilfEX MEET
NEXT TIME IX AUGUSTA
Roanoke, Va., March 16.?Augusta,
Ga.f was selected today a3 the Maxell,
1918 meeting place of the Lutheram
iudjinen s :vussitmary mufemcm iu uuc
South, which closed its biennial session
here tonight. The selection was
made on recommendation of the ex- *
ecutive committee. 1
The election of officers to serve at
the next session was left to the following
executive board, selected tonight:
George B. romer, Columbia, ^
S. C.: Kenneth Baker, Greenwood, S. V
C.; 0. B. Mayer, Newberry, S. C; C. M. \
Eiird. Lexington, >S. C. and A. H. Sny/Tot*
1 i-cKii \* C*
It was announced today that more
than 1.000 delegates had attended the
convention. Many of these leift for
their homes tonight.
The needs of the mission fields of
the world and plans for more efficient
work and better results in the
church's influence for Christianitywere
the principal topics dwelt upon
at today's sessions the speakers including
the Rev. John W. Horine, Columbia,
S. C., editor of the Lutheran ^
Church. Visitor and' W. F. Aberly, of
Newberry, S. iC.
The Rev. S. P. Long, Of Mansfield,
Ohio, and Dr. W. T. Ellis of Swarthmore,
Pa., were the speakers at the
closing session tonight. -Dr. Ellis ae- i
clared that through democracy the Eu- j
| ropean war will be the last great con- J
i flict .
, NITRATE BILL WITH ,|||
SENATE COMMITTER 1
E. D. Smith's Measure Would Appro^
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"Washington, March 14.?The senate
; committee on agriculture today con- ^
| sidered the bill proposed 'by Senator
E. D. Smith, of.South Carolina, which
I n-rutl/-! onnmnriafp Jln.MO.AOfl to COn
struct a plant i'or production of niI
trate from the air. The committee was
j told that nitrate was in great demand
for fertilizer, especially in the South,
as well as for the manufacture of war
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i munitions, ana uai an iuc oupyi^
| the United States comes <from (Chile, a
I eource that might easily :be cut off by
; any strong naval 'blockade.
The committee will meet *. again
Thursday, when (Senator Smith will
urge a favorable report, on the bill.
Whenever You Need a Qeaeral Toai:
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless I
| chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
I General Tonic because it contains the
j well known tonic properties of QUININE 0
i and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives ?
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| c'ul jyiaiana, Aiiiiwcs uuc ouu
?nilds up the Yvbole Sv.stein. 50 cents|
THE HERALD AttD NEWS ONI A
I TEAR FOR ONLY $1.50. ;^||
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nother way ran
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at ni>ht. Feel better ~'Sb
; morniiig Toke Liv-ver- >
daily in smaii do?es and I
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