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REPORT OF THE CONDiTION OF I
SThe Co mer cial Bank:
p: Of Newberry, South Carolina
At the Close of Business December 1, 1910
Condensed from Report of State Bank Examiner
Loans and Discounts ---- $357,792.38 Capital Stock ------$50,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures - - - - 3,116.93 Surplus and Undivided Profits - 65,622.69
Real Estate - - - - - 9,750.00 Dividends Unpaid - - - - - 1,049.00
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 44,501.07 Deposits - - - - - - - 372,498.84
Cash on Hand and with Banks - 74.010.15
Four Per Cent. Interest Paid on Savings Deposits
++ The BankTThat Always Trats Youig
St JNO. M. KINARD, O. B. MAYER, J. Y. McFALL,
President. Vice-President. Cashier
Mrs. Kohn Reelected. cry to the highest bidder at the late NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEXEYT.
The election of officers was then residence of H. Archie Haltiwanger, Notice is hereby given that as
Baptists Establish Another Female I held. Resulting as following: Presi- deceased, near Newberry, S. C., at 11 guardian of the estate of Holland
College-College at Greenville dent, Mrs. Aug:ust Kohn; first vice- o'clock a. m., Wednesday, December Boozer, minor, I will make final set
Will ot be ReMOvedn president, Mrs. J. Walter Doar; sec- 7, 1910, all of the personal property tlement as guardian of said estate in
Wil Nt b Rmovd.ond vice president, Miss Emily Gra- of the said deceased, consisting of the Probate Court for Newberry coun
ham; third vice president, Mrs. D. B. farming implements, merchandise, ty, Tuesday, December 20, 1910, at 11
Laurens, -eeme ondTh acice prsdn,My ml r-o h addcae,cnitigo h rbt or o ebrycu- P
tance ns D he cep- Alexander; fourth vice president, Mrs. etc. Terms of sale, cash. o'clock in the forenoon, and immed
in session here, of Anderson's prop- Allison Lawton; recording secretary, I'rrances L. Haltiwanger, iately thereafter apply to the said
osition, that a Baptist college for girls Mrs. C. J. Milling; corresponding sec- Nov. 21, 1910. Administratrix. court for letters dismissory as guar
be established in Anderson, means retary, Miss Alice Earle; treasurer 11-22-2t-ltaw. dian of said minor.
teaestablish be another college for Mrs. M. J. Perry; registrar, Mrs. C. E. W. E. Lake, your each.
women in the State, not that Green- Graham; recorder of crosses, Mrs. W. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Guardian Holland Boozer.
ville Female college is to be removed H. Fowler; auditor, Mrs. McCue. become -famous for its cures. of 11-18-4t-itaw.
coughs, colds, croup and influenza. ment comes sooner or later and
from Greenville to Anderson. Ander- The executive officers of the divis- Try it when in need. It contains no
son has already raised a fund of $100,- 1Ion are exceedingly efficient in their harmful substance and always gives NOTICE TO CREDITORS. if you have the money the pro
000 for the establishment of her col- several offices and the work of the prompt relief. Sold by W. E. Pelham Lewie L. Land, William L. Lane, Ver- Office and Shop No. 1103 fit is yours; if not, the other tel
lege, and has pledged herself to raise convention was carried on with the & 9-- ner Lane, Drayton L. Lane, Jas. F. Friend Street. low gets it.
$25,000 more and provide a handsome utmost harmony and in a rapid man- NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR MAYOR. Epting, Jr., Harry D. Epting and Telephone No. 345
20-acre site. Seven of the fifteen trus- ner. AND ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN F. M. Senumpert, as public guardian Open an account with this
tees elected by the convention to con-, As presiding officer, Mrs. Kohn was . OF NEWBERRY. of Guy H. Boddie, a minor, defend- bank and save systernatically,
trol the institution are residents of An- businesslike, considerate always, and Notice is hereby given that the reg- ants.sfer H a 'ou w ten ae de
derson, and several are not Baptists. ir, every way made an ideal chair- ular annual election for a Mayor and Jas. F. Epting, Sr., individually and as .ONEY when opportunity comes
Instead of removing the Greenville man. There were only two changes five Aldermen, one Alderman for each administrator of the pisonal estate We Haul Anything
Femle college from Greenville, tha in the officers, that of Mrs. Lawton and of the five wards, to serve for a term of of Lula B. Epting, deceased, Plain
convention approved the plans sub- Mrs, McCue. one year, and one trustee for the grad-- Wp Us- we offer yon ABsOLUTE
mitted for the enlargement of its plantFiaAdormnonye,adoetusefrthga- tf,
there and authorized a bond issue Final Adjournmented schools h from Wards one, two, All persons holding claims SAFETY for your savings, and
r000 to pay for these betterments. The co)vention adjourned at 1 and threq for the term of two years, Lula B. Epting, deceased, are required wil allow interest creited qu
There are already available cash sub- o'clock p. m., after the singing of and one commiioner of pubhi by an order of the Court of Common - terly.
scriptions to the amount of about $3cas "God be with you till we meet again," works for the term of six years, Pleas herein to present the same duly
000, s0 that With the proceeds of the and a few words of benediction and will be held at the Council attested, to me, at my office at New- O Il.
bond issue, more than $100,000 will be Godspeed from the president. Chamber, in the Opera House, in the berry Court House, S. C., on or before
at the disposal of the trustees for Town of Newberry, South Carolina, on the 15th day of December, 1910, and WILL GET A
overhauling and enlarging the physi- TILLMAN REACHES WASHINGTON. the second Tuesday in December, 0, creditors are enjoined from presenting
cal ilant of the college. - being the 13th day of said month, the their demands in any other proceed
Ready for Business. forenoon, and to close at 6 o'clock in H. H. Rikard, PN jER . L SiTHf
U. D. C.'S TO GREENWOOD I 1911. the afternoon. D. F. Pifer, A. C. Welch Master.
Was'iington, Dec. 2.-Senator B. R. and Alex. Singleton are appointed -. , g j
Successful State Convention Closes at Tillman, accompanied by Mrs. Till- managers of the said election. The pleasant purgative effect exper
Georgetown-Occasion Most De- man, reached Washington this morn- By order of the Town Council of ienced by all who use Chamberlain's ou stand as good a chance
lighitful One. ing. The senator immediately went to Newberry, S. C., on this the 22nd day Stomach and Lver Tablets, and th as_any_one_elSe._All_that_S_
. hs ommtte romat hecapLo, aL fBSptmAe,E md which they create, makes one necessary is to buy your gro- BR.-MELDAU
Gogtw,Dc2.Tetid..dafter meeting a number of friends pro- COE'.BES, fe joyful. Sold by W. E. Pelham & Creatwill answer emergency calls in con-~
last day's session of the U. D. C.'s ceeded to the Normandle hotel, where Mayor. Son. ncinwt i fiewr.Seil
convention was opened with prayer, he will make his home while here. By the Mayor.:n 1305 ne.o ihhsofiewr.Seil
at 9.30 o'clock this morning. Nothing Senator Tillmnan will return to J. R. Scurry, COLLECTION OF TOWN TAXES. H I UiI Main St. tes morphine and othe drg babis.
remained to be done, except to decide South Carolina within a week or ten C. &. T. T. C. N., S. C. Notice is hereby given that the tax oursc9upon1givennooth.noot. 8-10 e-2ss
upon the next place of meeting and days, to remain until after the Christ- _ ______________books for the Town of Newberry, S. n opn gie ihnon O2-ms
the election of officers.- mas holidays, as he stated today that C., will be opened from the 15th day each dollar cash purchase.
Mrs. A. T. Smythe, on behalf of the he did not think anything of import.. Saved From the GArave. of October to the 30th day of Novem- Besides getting the very best TeDmno h i
Charleston chapter, extended a cor- ance wound be one here before Ja u- ne r1had abou ien fup eropefrafter ber, 1910, both inclusive. A penalty groceries at the very lowest is the Tg erm ofrpe tht Aireah
dilivttoIotedvso ome ary - sever lung trouble," writes Mrs. M. L. of 10 per cent. will be added after No- prices, you get thScoupon ed in, brings suffering to thousands.
at Charleston, and another was receiv PL S Dix, of Clarksville, Tenn. "Often the vember 30. abOltel FERE~ Its after effects are weakness, ner
ed from Robert Walter chapter, of g HICH ESTER S pIL ain in7 cest wold bc aimnst un- J. R. Scur' FristoPaentFOr sc 0 osnessa k it of apetiate,o e'reirgyr
Greenwood, which was reinforced by TiH DAMO iD D bearabutanDr K ol n o's do anyev 10-14-tf. C.T 7C. F9is. PateFl r,sc 710c and ambition, Th dirdetned liver
an urgent request from the mayor of a iesea anuon m e I hasmaelebse lie nweeron 1.0 Electric Bitters, the splendid tonic,.
that city, that the next con?vention be ...boxes, sealed with Blue Ribboa. V Its the best medicine made for the The Call of the Blood 7 lbIs. good Coffee $1.00 blood purifier and regulator of Som
held in the interior 9.nd na'pitabie city - 'st. AskforCIIl-CIs'.RS' throat and lungs." Obstinate coughs, for purification, finds voice in pimples,) 10 lbs. best Keg Soda 25C ach, Liver and Kidneys. Thou ands
of Greenwood. Not to be outdone, p years known s est,sarest. Alas Rae. stubborn colds, hay fever, la grippe, boils, sallow complexion, a jaundiced'haepodtathy wnerul
Gorgetw pu.nhrbi otga SOI.DBY DRUfGISTS EVERY WHEN asthma, croup, bronchitis and hemor- look, moth patches and blotches on f strengthen the nerves, build up the.
ciourgytown balt was ae n monthea- rhages, hoarseness and whooping tha skin-all signs of liver trouble. WE iEi~system and restore health and good4
ciul. h alo astkn nteSALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. cough, yield quickly to this wonder- (But Dr. King's New Life Pills make H1L JVL U,spirits after an attack of Grp Pf~.1
two former places, and Greenwood ful meiie r t 0 n 1 ihrdbod iecersi,rs uffering, try them. Only 5c. Per
won. haksofaThaanenerks Bofrte facceprtranceero- ril otleefeetGarneatbiWscees,fietomleio, eathuTyrantMinStee.dP**1hytifatin uaanee
. se s, ,1l . -'- at public out- E.Peha.them 25c. at W. E. Pelhamn's. ;Plam.