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Endorsed by the
DOROTHY DIX, the Famo
Father' is more than a 1lay
the white race that must thril
gratitude women who have oz
Father', scored a success.'
a drama it is faultless."
'The Siuls of the Father' thrill
RALEIGH NEWS AND C
drama-Dixon's masterpiece '
RALEIGH EVENING NE
Far superior to 'The Clansma:
REV. BENJAMIN FRANIA
Richmond, Va , said: "It is a
deserves the favor of an appre
r.IN 3N. A. CARLISLE CASE.
( Continued from page !two.)
adopted, and as he had some indebted
ness, his dividends were not placed
-at hi disposal, but credited to his in
adebted . When the check was
presented by Mr. McGowan, it was
Mr. Cochrane asked Mr. Blackweld
er 'if the amount thus credited to him
bnad not been only $88, which would
not have paid the check any
-way. Mr. Blackwelder replied
that this amount was all the
.dividends declared in his name, but
that a large portion of stock owned
by himself and Mr. Carlisle, but all
held - in the latter's name and accord
ingly, all this money was "consfiscat
'ed" by the bank, and applied to Mr.
Carlisle's debts, and that Mr. Black
-welder, as he expressed it "was the
feRow 'ho'lding the bag."
The other alleged case of false cer
tification was next brought up. This
-was the cas-e of a check signed by
'Mr. Blackwelder, to the order of the
Standard Oil company, for $558, drawn
in June, 1908. This check was placed
in evidence, having been certified by
M1r. Carlisle, the books of the bank
showing that at that time the amount
of the check was not to the credit of
Mr. Blackwelder, though it was paid
upon the certification by Mr. Carlisle.
The witness stated that this was the
amount of his indebtedness to the
Standard Oil company, he then being
connected with them, and that while
he had ifo money on deposit with the
National bank, he had made arrange
-ments for $1,500 at another place.
with authority to draw upon it, and
had showed all these to Mr. Carlisle.
asking him to certify the checks, and
showing him that the draft was to
go forward at once. Under theso cir
cumstances Mr. Carlisle certified the
check. The records showed, that the
check was paid on the 11th of June,
the draft having been deposited on
the 17th, and the actual money not
having come in until a few days later,
though Mr. Blackwelder stated that
~he was sure some of the records
would show that the draft had been
deposited before that time, but had
not been placed on that book until the
Mr. Georg4 T. Bryan. general agent
of the C. &. W. C. railway, of this
ci.y, and one of the inc2rporators of
us Critico The Ne/okJunl ad
it.is as ; a
Prs the er o vrymnh istns tohi
dly too often been patient and pitiful suf
WOT: 'Thomas Dixon's new pley, 'The
" 'The Sins of the Father' pleases large al
MATCH: "Thomas Dixon's play. proves
!d a great audience. Author is given an c
BSERVER: " 'The Sins of the Father'
WS: "Dixon's latest play meets with I
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trmedusdam ndpons oo
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staed hat ofoevry mhsan h isenti
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goCH intoaupc Dixon pla kepoe
inca reaits inebns. AHoriie aree
withVEr. "'Thkelders tof some Fathent,
sy"ingon's lesw pla es wiythe
uay BRYuld Paor pay te Eunel pro
trermnousentrama a pont arkood.
statenths coening th inistrye
then Cold Pthaie company, wasne
nextlcedson the astnd toHe adeu
the00 comany ianits o spets 25000
derelop.eT. Thennon,sitin adh
sted, and ellro ths Ban he went
other ithi, umae the statemen that i
ould bfte bectors thad comamned
goisnboosih bankyta toug heyo
inreaig it ibtes. Heireedrs
meeings tHhe sawlso rstate ht the
qrsdet' shloary weuully depro
iter mnathementk wth ai goodit mnot
Duing paid testimn inncia. te
meng the companyo wsessin after
dence Wshin thestified to the about
accounts ofithaies old aont $25,000.
cop,Mr. Tanon, asitan ofath
Cintelleraofnth Bank was New-u
otertis mad te statement rgr ta
one ofade bydics a exMraine
hisnook n oohrthehen, noutheyn
edrsaed at MrtCims. ThieCors'
meings GrnHe alopayste thadh
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uri the fte noosessyin, atr
iseha Wept tsiint judgent boo
Cacncounts of the 62Pint Grnte
idcman,o Mr. ailcsisero alle
tatd head sateetss rear oe
lisle the Coldnsionnt raite co sm
any bankin tohrs, atht big
finalyhao been d wa stato
bthe n,tas tendrosedcution Car-e
ishle ha been. tin jugment, of
thifi charge the hit waes entere
edwas Fr. C.E.xuen ll, of Loans.r
ofePreaind outt, of the :62rcan-h
thcel aad ccedsum of trane
actor the extes,ion ofwhi nd sim-e
byar. ankng faor, wand inhoaed tIs
apeans arms teprsetion thaimte
bnhdanoeof Purcell and Scott,.nte ecn
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TeSins of thee
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idiences. As me itey'
a big success.
is a powerful
retsuccess. Dire ctic
oral use that
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to the National Bank, and that the
firm of Purcell and Scott held a note
from this Mr. Langford, covering cer
tain old indebtedness of that party to
the firm, which had been obtained,
when a notice of suit had -been given
for the account. Mr. Purcell stated
that he carried this note to Mr. Car
lisle, and desired to have the firm's
note replaced by the Langford note,
paying the difference in cash, thus
relieving the firm of this particular
indebtedness to the bank. Mr. Car
lisle agreed to this, and accepted the
note and the check, and Mr. Purcell
stated that he "just put one hundred
dollars into Mr. Carlisle's pocket."
Cross-examination brought out that
the firm had been doing considerable
business with this bank ever since
Mr. Carlisle had been president, bor
rowing some $25,000 a year from
them. Mr. Purcell stated that Mr.
Carlisle had never asked any dis
count on notes handled for this firm,
and it also developed that the Lang
ford noN was perfectly good, the par
ties making it being estimated worth
about $35,000, and that it was after
wards paid up satisfactorily.
Mr. Dominick asked,.if Mr. Purcell
did not at that time believe that
Ithis was the last transaction with
Mr. Carlisle as president of the bank,
it being '.rumnored that he would soon
retire, and that he desired to make
this gift to him in consideration of
the favors showed him during the
seven years of Mr. Carlisle's presi
dency and Mr. Purcell's replies seem
to intimate that this was the case.
Mr. Purcell also stated that this was
the only money he had ever given
Mr. Carlisle in this way. Mr. Coch
rane asked if he had ever made any
other gifts of value to which Mr.
Purcell replied that he had stating
'that once he had given Mr. Carlisle
a Jersey milch cow. The explana
tion of the cow transaction, and the
returning of the calf to Mr. Purcell,
caused a touch of humor to be add
ed to the examination. Mr. Purcell
staed, however, that all the indebt
edness of his firm to the bank had
always been settled up in a satisfac
Mr. J. J. Lane, a farmer of the
section around Newbeiry, was the
next witn?ss. Mr. Lane had a mem
oranum book with him which h&a
stated that he had been keeping for
a numher of years hack. Referring
: oti bo~ok. ho stateil that ha had
s Dixon Auth
CEto see this g
3ointed in their effoi
Fore requests that yo
vith the manager of
in of THE SOUl
GEORGE H. BRE
. and 50c. Sea
A CHECK BOOK.
IA check book does not burn a
hole in your pocket like the actual
money. Signing your name to a
check makes you think. You don't
spend a check as readily and care
lessly as you spend ready cash.
An account at our bank would tend
to restrict your spending. Try an
account with us and pay all your
bills with checks. We will gladly
give you a check book. If you will
try this for one year you will be
surprised at the money you will
save and you may then smile at all
your troubles. Make your bank ac
count grow. It is recording your
history and telling a truthful story
of your success. Open an account
with us today. Drop a little into
the bank every week and its rapid
growth will surprise you.
BANK OF POMARIA,
Z. T. Pinner,
V. L. Smith,
from the National bank of Newberry
bt that Mr. Carlisle had told him it
ws worth a certain amount of mon
ey to carry his lons, on account of
the i'sk involved. The amoun:s na
had pAid Mr. Carlisle, in or-1er to
get these loans from the bank he
had set down, as he stated, year by
year, under a column, which he h'%.d
ed "bonuses" and which he read.
In January, 1901, he had paid Mr.
Carlisle $400, in the same month in
1902, $500, in 1908, $400, in 1904, $400,
in 1905, $500, in 1906, $400, in 1907,
$400 and in 1908, $100, all of these
wi:h the exception of the last pay
ment, being in money, Mr. Carlisle
having stated that he d-id not want a
check as he did no: desire it to ap
pear oni the books. The check pay
kY OCTOBER 28
ough the South
or of "The Clansman"
t of the enormous crowds surging
reat play many theatregoers have
ts to secure seats. The manage
u place your order for tickets ina
the theatre in your city.
HERN AMUSEMENT CO.
tS on Sale Monday, Oct. 24.
II. L. PARR, Pres. W. C. Houseal, Vice-Pres. M. L. SPEARMAN, Cashier.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Statement of Condition Condensed September 22nd, 1910.
Loans and discounts $241,874-53 Capital Stock ~ $50,0o0.oo
Overdrafts 944.08 Surplus (Earned) 12,599.66
Furniture and Fixtures 3,800.00 Dividends unpaid 40.00
Cash on hand in Banks 14,669.82 Bills Payable 55,000.00
Cashier's Checks 527.15 -'
Individual deposits 143,121.62
We invite you to make this Bank your depository;, we
will appreciate your business.
September 12th - - - October 1t
VERY LOW RATES VIA
ROUND TRIP RATES FROM NEWBERRY, S. C
Good returning eight days from, but not including date of
.U. sale. Tickets sold 9th, 15th, 22nd, 29th and October 6th,
1910, only. Not good in parlor or sleeping cars.
Q$8 Good returning ten days from, but not including date of
sale. Tickets sold Sept. roth to Oct. 12th, 191c, inclusive.
Final limit of both these tickets returning, in no case to extend be
yond October ?8th, 1910.
For further information, call on Southern Railway ticket agents, or
JNO. L. MEEK, A. G. P. A., ALEX. H. ACKER, T. P. A.,
Ataua Ga. Augusta, Ga.