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I ANOTHER CHAPTER IN
CONTROVERSY ON LOAN
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sions of practical questions.
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The notes will begin to bear interest
from date of delivery to us.
We could not understake to handle
the matter in such a manner that the
1 State would only pay interes-: on. the
notes in denominations of $50,000.00
each. The six notes as a whole will
draw interest from date of delivery as
Yours very truly, j
(Signed) J. P. Matthews,
Friday, 10 a. m., calling the roll of
ministers, enrolling lay delegates,
fixing the hours of conference, etc.
At 11 o'clock divine service, sermon
bv the nresident of conference, Rev.
rE. Fulenwider, followed by the holy
Topic 1.?"Ways and means of get- '
ting the Lutheran Church Visitor into
every home," Revs. Y. von A. Riser,
k S. P. Koon and Mr. W. A. Counts.
Topic 2.?The importance of sys- j
tematic giving and the advantage of
the duplex envelope as a means of j
m carrying out such a system," Rev. E.
Fulenwider and Dr. G. Y. Hunter.
m Topic 3.?"Enlisting the laymen for
Christian service," Dr. Geo. B. Crom- I
F er and Prof. V. B. Sease.
10 a. m.?Conferential business.
Topic 4.?"Pastoral Visitation?Its
1 nature, necessity and benefits," Rev.
J. D. Kinard and T. J. Wilson.
Topic 5.?"Newberry college?Its
# mission and needs," Rev. J. H. Harms, i
Topic 6.?"The advantages of a reg- ;
ularlv organized pastorate over that1
I of supply service," Rev. J. A. Linn
and Mr. B. M. Setzler.
10 a. m.?Ten minute addresses on
"The Sunday school," (a). The superinetndent,
R. T. C. Hunter; (b).
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(c). The scholar, Rev. J. J. Long.
"The relation of the Sunday school
[to the church," Rev* P. E. Shealv.
11 a. m.?Divine services, sermon
by Rev. J. A. Linn. Forme! closing of 1
Missionary service, exercises by the
local missionary society.
Address on missions by Hon. Ken- ;
* All members of conference are requested
to make a study of the fore
going program whether topics have
Y been assigned them or not so that'
they will be prepared to take part in
the genera? discussion of the various
E. W. Leslie,
J. J. Long,
W. P. Counts,
Program Committee. |
^ Of the Condition of The dewberry
Savings Bank, Located at >"eTvberry,
S. C., at the Close of Business
August 9, 1913.
Loans and discounts $205,332.11
Overdrafts 9,298.40 i
Furniture and fixtures ... 3,529.00
Real' estate 22,138.69
Due from banks and bankers
Silver and other minor coin 706.57
Checks and other cash
Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00
' Surplus fund 12,500.00
Undivided profits less current
expenses and taxes
paid 5.908.72 j
J Due to banks and bankers 178.64
Dividends unpaid 638.00
Individual deposits subject
N> to check 36,928.49
^? J ? mo 1fi i
Cashiers checks 177.16
Bills payable 55.000.00
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
^ County of Newberry, ss.
Before me came James Mcintosh,
president of the above named bank,
who, being duly sworn, says that the
above and foregoing statement Is a
true condition of said bank, as shown
by the books of said bank.
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this 16th day of August, 1913.
B. A. Dominick,
b ' Notary Public.
C. E. Summer,
Jas. K. Gilder,
L. W. Floyd, * " I
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