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REST- HIS SOUL"
SAYS AGED MSTEE
John S. Simon, English Delegate
Methodist Conference, Visibly
Affected by News.
Asheville, N. C., May 6.-The news
the death of King Edward was
roken to John S. Simon, England's
nly delegate to the Methodist gen
ral conference now in session in
' city, by an Associated Press rep
esentative. The aged minister was
' ibly affected.
"It can not be true," he exclaimed,
s he tugged nervously at his whit
ning beard. "No, no, it can not be
He was assured that the. news
could not be doubted and his eyes
filled with.tears as he paced nervous
y up and down the floor of his room
t the Battery Park hotel. Then in
broken voice he said: "It is a very,
great loss; not only to us, his
ut to the whole world. He
at ruler, -a great and a
God srest his soul."
O~fficial Mess ges of Sympathy Sent
to the Queen and to the Embassy
Washington, May 6.-President
Taft, upon learning of the death of
the king, wrote the following tele
am to her majesty, Queen Alexan
ra, which was cabled to Bucking
m palace tonight:
"On the sad occasion of the death
King Edward, I offer to your maj
esty and to your son, his illustrious
successor, the most profound sym
pathy of- the people and the govern
ment of the United States, whose
earts go out to their British kins
men, in this, their -national bereave
ment. To thiis add the expression to
your majesty and to the new king of
my own personal sympathy and of
my appreciation of those high quali
ties ~which made the life of the late
kin~g so potent an influence toward
peace and justice among nations."
The p-resident also sent his mili
tary aide, Capt. Archibald Butt, toI
the British embassy to express his)
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ock, fully paid up,
Old - - L
ckholders' Private Fortune
he Company's liabilities. ']
Policies Provide Five Benefits
y income in case of Accident.
ly income in case of Sickness.
ily income in Old Age.
i1 income for 10 years In case c
nt in case of insured's death, in
or the beneficiary.
We Will Wit
tual Life Insurance Company's head
ia are at Newberry, S. C.-your owi
you secure your policy-loans, pay
n connection with your policy in per
dy Representatives here are ROBERT NORI
NCY OFFIC, Newberry, S. (
lephIone Number 180.
At the Close of Busih
CONDENSED FROM REPORT Ti
Loans and Discount $198,810.23
Over Drafts 1,40o.46
Fur. & Fixtures 3,80o.oo
Cash on'Hand in
Start an "OPPORTL
this Bank; your mor
earn four per cent ii
E!DWARD R. HlPP,
condolences on the death of the king
to Ambassador Bryce.
S'ecretary of State Knox addressed
the following cablegram to the
American embassy in London:
"Apart from the message which
the president has sent to Queen Alex
andra, will you make to the British
government appropriate expression
of sympathy of the. president, gov
ernment and people of the United
States in the loss by their British
kinsmen of a ruler so beloved and so
distinguished among the nations for
the influence of his kindliness and
wisdom toward ill that is best?"
Members of the cabinet called at<
the embassy and left cards.
University of South Carolina.
The University of South Carolina
offers scholarships in the department
of education to one young man from
kgal Reserve Basis
s, conservatively estimated
"he policy-holders are safeg
in One Contract.
> permanent total disability.
one sum or cash monthly
You a Better
quarters for the States of North
1 town. If you carry insurance
your premiums and tranact all
son with us.
B, W. F. HIPP and I. E. CANNON.
iess March, 24, 1910.
D STATE BANK EXAMINER :
Capital Stock $5o,oo0.oo
Divide s unpaid 115.00
Cashiei\ Checks 195.78
Total $214,938 94
NITY FUND" with
iey will be safe and
M.L L SPEARMAN,
each county. -Each scholarship 1s
worth $100 in money and $18 term
fee with free tuition.
Examination will be held at county
seat July 1. Examination of stud
ents generally for admission to the
university will be held at the same
Write for information to S. C.
Mitchell, Prgsident, Columbia, S. C.
All executors, administrators and
>ther fiduciaries are respectfullyI
irged to make, upon oath, annual re
:urn of any estate remaining in their
are or custody, as required by law,
efore the first day of July of each
Frank M. Schumpert,
may 4th 1910. J. P. N. C.
Think of Protection B
.We Represent Or
any of Cali]
Assets - -
.Business in Force
by Bradstreet, $60,000,000.0(
aarded in every way.
Combination Policy of
A Combination Policy of L
$10 000.00 to your family at:
while disabled by any accden
sickness. This Complete Co
your age approximately only
Policy Than Any
We Issue ANY KIND of
WE ISSUE POLICIES TE
WE OFFER YO
efore the Fire;.. t Afterwa
dy "Old Line" Compani
- - - $19,00
- - - $112,00
, are held, under the law, as ad
Life, Accident and Health Insura
ife, Accident and Health Insuranc(
(our death; it will pay you $50.00
t, and $50.00 per week while disable
mmon Sense Combination Policy-w
ne E s.Call to S
_ for parti
Policies That Any Body Else Can.
AT NOBODY ELSE CA
U THE BEST.
al Bak of N~
[EWBERRY, S. C.
al Stock $15O,OO0
ities of Stockholders $150,000
Supervision of II. S. Gov'm'i
lends paid to Stockholders since -
nization of Bank over $600,000
i, County and City Depository.
pped with every facitity and~
pard known to modern banik-.
With the above facts in view
sk for your banking Tbisiness.
sits allowed 4 per cent per an
in Savings Department from
of deposit, payable January
July of each year..
D. SMITH, Cashier.
HL T. CANNON, Asst Cashier.
rd by any
Ill cost at
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