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Oi the "ldilin of Tha PenIcs Natimal
Batt, at FfosDity, la the State -t
South Carlila, at the close of business
Loans and discounts...... .. ...$20,737 19
Overdrafts, secured and unse
cured................................. 6 89
U. S. Bonds to secure circu
lation ........ ...... .. 6,250 001
Premiums on U. S. Bonds...... 437 50
Banking house, furniture, and
fixtures ............................. 2,881 13
Due from National Bahks (not
reserved agents) . ............ 2,012 76
Due from State Banks and
Bankers............................ 3,26 89
Due from approved reserved
agent........ ................. 8,832 38
Checks and other cash items 2,553 73
Notes of other National Banks 2,000 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents........... ... 43 08
Leoal tender notes 1,906.00- 3,973 75;
Reaemption fund with U. S. 312 501
Total............ ......... ...$53,367 80
Canital stock paid in......, .....$17,500 00
Uidivided profits, less expen
ses and taxes paid...... ..... 211 13:
National Bank notes out
standing............................ 6,250 00
Individual deposits subject to
check.. ................. ...... .... 29,366 67
Liabilities other than those
above stated.......... ... 40 00:
Total ...........................$53,367 80
(ITALt, a H CAROLINA. COUNTY
1. :, . J. .-ea-r. Cashier of the
!.-n do solemn!y swear
in,. rA - tement is true to the.
doe and belief.
W . W. WHtELER, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to befor, me
[L.S.] this 29th day of January, 1904
T. A. DomIgcIK,
Jos. H. Hunter,
Jacob B. Fellers,
J. P. Bowers,
Letter to C. & G. S. Mower Co.
Newberry, S. C.
Dear Sirs: There are these fire
ways of badness in paint:
(i) stuffed-out with chalk, or
something like that:
(2) barytes. better than chalk,
but no covering to it; nobody know
(3) benzine in the oil, or water,
or other tich stuffing.
(4) too thin - too much liquid.
whatever it is, for the solid;
(5) short measure;
Now will you buy by the price
We furnish our agents with a
state chemist's certificate of analysis
that tells what's in Devoe. -
F W DEVOE & CO
P. S. The Newberry Hardware
Co. sell our paint. 46
Helena Colored School Trouble.
Bessie Anderson, charged with:
assault on Carrie Maffet. was up
before Magistrate Chappell on. Sat
urday afternoon and was fined $2'
or two days in jail.
Tho magistrate ilways very
light in his sen1tences for nego
fights, but in cases of vio'atin1g con
tracts or for larency he. i ver
It is reported tha-t Tex:s i.v-:-r i
raging through~out thle cattle hi.rd
of the North west
MATINEE AND NIGHT
TIURSDAY, FEB. 4.
MATINEE 2.45 P. M.
The Event of the Season
50 ALL WHITE 50!
ALL NEW FEATURES.
LARGEST AND 0:.DEST IN THE WORLD:
Elaborate Special Scenic & Electric
PALATIAL FIRST PART SETTING
SATIN COSTUME CIRCLE
2 BI( UNIFORIiED
2. SOLO ORCHESTRA 2 :
12 SIl.N rE3 .9 12
17 VAUDEVILLES 17
Matinee, Children 15c. Adults 25. 35, 50c.
Night 25, 50, 75c. Tickets now on sale
at Gilder. Weeks & Hunter's.
ApPicaft For Homeistead.
TAKE NOTICE THAT JOHN H.
Crisp has this day made applica
tion to have a Homestead in the lands
which he now owns set apart to him,
and a personal exemption in the per
sonal estate of which he is possessed,
in accordance with the statutes of this
State in such case made and approved.
H. H. Rikard.
Master N. C.
vHE POLICY HOLDERS OF THE
kFarmners Mutual Insurance Associ
a.tion of Newberry county will meet at
the cov.: huse~ en Saturday, Feburary
I13. d 11 a. mn. This is the annua!
tretiy. .\1 p is hoders are urge-d
?)'he ~re.t. Dire'ctors will be elect
L. I. EPTING, Sect.
JOS. L. KEITT, Pres.
F .u- m- wer crushe~d to death
by I:gia -i h!' to the bottom
: a"'n near Bro:( : gri!!e, Pa.
And still they come; tl
before the advance in pric
history have you been giv(
in and buy all you want at
The Following Prices are on a
Thousands of yards of new spring ca
Thousands of yds of new spring perc
rhousands of yds of new spring mad
20 bales John P. King Sea Island shee
5 bales good heavy drills worth ' 1
38 pcs Cottonades worth today at the
10 pcs 10-4 Pepperal sheeting bleac
10 pcs 9-4 Pepperal sheeting bleach
20 pcs unbleached sheeting worth 27
. Take my advice and buy your c<
vou haven't got the money borrow it.
5 pcs Ladies cloth (black only) full 7.
5 pcs 32 in. Brown Linen worth 15c
50 pcs checked Nainsook worth 8 1
20 pcs Pink Chambry, full 36 in, wid
A tempting stock of the season
fabrics for waists.
50 pcs New Mercerized fabrics for v
50 pcs New Mercerized fabrics for '
25 pcs New Mercerized fabrics for we
100 pcs Fine Indian Linen worth 20c
Not over 12 yards to each customer.
The second week of the big sale c
rhis big sale starts up again tomorrc
it. Be on hand.
You never saw such a pile of tabli
200 dozen Large Hand towels worth
half dozen to each customer.
SHOES AND LAD
The ealry bird catches the worm.
50 cases new spring shoes and lad
from one of the biggest manufacture
of shoes or slippers now is your chan
. The Big Embroider:
You all know who carries the stc
believe I sold more Embroidery last
:ombined. "N uff said."
Call, shake hands, see our prices
MI MN A
Iothng Else Can Supplant It as a
Preserver of Youth.
Next to air and food in the human
conomy comes exercise. We may have
>lent of reshair and a proper allow
nce of the right kind of food, and yet
without helpful daily exercise these
will not avail to keep the body in good
cndition. In answer to the question,
Why do we grow old?' a French
writer gives these three reasons: "We
fo not get enough physical exercise in
he open air, we are poisoned by mi
crobes which the phagocytes have not
ucceeded in destroying, and we are /
fiepressed by fear of death." Of the
three reasons it will be noted that he
gives the place of first Importance to
Lack of exercise. There is nothing else r
which can take the place of physical A FI R sCr
activity as a preserver of youth and
mnergy. "Grow younger as you grow
older. by cultivating a moderate love of
good. healthful. honest sport." is sound
advice. Walking. running, jumping.,
owing, playing golf. tennis or croquet
or any other milder form of exercise
in the open1 air leps the musces sup A good p
le and p)revents the joints from stiff
ning. fills the lungs with life givingz get the busin
xygen and keeps the blood fregu be
oming slu::,ish or the liver torPfd. In
short'. it is exercise that keeps the body
in tune and "up to concert pitch." just
insrmnt in perfect tone. a
iese goods were bought
es; never before in your
)n a chance just to wade
such prices. Buy your
Basis With 7 Cents Cotton,
lico worth 6 1-2c at - - 4 1-2c
ales full 36 in. wide at - 6 1-4c
ras full 34 in. wide at 10 worth 15
ting for this sale 6 1-4 worth 81-3
2 for this sale - - - - 6 1-4
mill 141-2 Mimnaugh's price12i
ied worth 33 1-3 for this sale 241
ed wvorth 29 for th - 23
Ini33 togoat - - - - 19
>tton goods now, don't wait. If
2 in. wide for this sale - - 39c
;to go at only - - - - lOc
3 to go at only -----5c
e worth I5c to go at - - - lOc
's newest things in mercerized
vaists worth 25c to go at - 19c
vaists worth 35c to go at - 25c
ti.:,ts worth 50c to go at - 331-3
to go on sale at half price lOc yd
if Irish Linens direct from Ireland
iw, and you can't afford to miss
a linens, also napkins and doilies.
25c to go at 121c each, not over
Just in time to catch the pointer
es' Oxfords just opened. Direct
rs in America. If you want a pair
ce to buy a pair for a little money.
i Sale Continues.
ck and sells the Embroidery. I
Neek than all the stores in town
and you will remain to buy at
erry's Fastest Growing Store.
roposition to the man 'who can
B. A ULL
Newberry, S. C.