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Keport of the Condition of the People's >'ationaI Iia
I the State of South Carolina, at the C.ose of Business
Loans and discounts (notes held in bank)
U. >S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value).
Stock.-, other than Federa I Reserve ba nk stock
Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank $1,800.00
K Less amount unpaid 900 00
i Furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
IL Net amount due from Federal Reserve bank
W Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chi
cago and St. Louis
(Due from banks and bankers (not reserve agents'*
Checks on banks in same city or town as reporting bank
Outside checks and ot'her cash items.
Fractional currency, nickels and cents
Notes of other national banks
Federal reserve notes
Lawful money reserve in bank:
Total coin and certificates
Redemption fund "with U. S. treasurer and due from U.
Capital stock paid in
L Surplus fund
Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid
Circulating notes outstanding
Due to banks ana bankers (other than Federal Reserve
banks and approved reserve agents)
F Individual deposits subject to crtec
Cashier's checks outstanding
Total demand deposits
Other time deposits
v Total of time deposits '
^ State of South Carolina, County of Newberry, (ss)
IL' I, R. T. Pugh, cashier of the above named bank,
the above statement is true to tfce best of my kno
[Subscribed and sworn to before me Correct?Attest:
this lltb day of Jan., 1916. D. B. Coo
E. W. Werts, G. W.
Notary Public. J. A. C. K
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONTENTION j 11:30?"What KY
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Of No. Sine Township to be Held Counts, T. M. Mill!
n ; With Prosperity Methodist i 12.15 "Tne Re
Church January 21. ! Teacher of a Sui
W Willie A. Long and
V friie following is the program of the 12:45 "The Qu
Interdenominational Sunday School ideai Superintend*
P convention of No. 9 township, New- t^ng an<j Revs. J. B
I iberry county, at 'Prosperity Met'nodist Bedenbaugh.
Episcopal church, January 21, 1916:
I 12:15?Noon rec
10 a. m.?Devotional exercises, Rev. groun<js
r J. White.
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[ z:tv? me lixipi
10:15 "How to Make the Sunday Missions -n ae Su;
Sc&oo] Grow," T. A. Dominick, Geo. D. \ g wheeler an<j
Brown. Jr., Rev. J. J. Long. : Rey ? p Tay]or
11:00?"Why I Go to Sunday School," - 3; 15 open conJ
J. B. T. Scot-', R. T. C. Hunter and Rev. j tion opened by R*
J. M. Culbertson. j Dr. J. S. Wheeler.
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Each Sunday school in
nk, at Prosperity, in . is expected to send three
Dee. 3!, 191o: 'sides the superintendent
$153.624J36 3Ic(OIOIi( K (Ol.V
6.250.00 ThA St.tfi? Hoard of (a
0 i misses Prote?
900.00' , ,,
-News and Courier.
1 7^9 4S Columbia. Jan. 10.?Th
- of McCormick won out be
7.000.46 j X?* 1844
30 000 5- 1 Report of the Gondii
I dewberry, in the State 0
" 190.43 " ? j1915'
600.00 i Loans and discounts
200.00 U. S. bonds deposited to i
U. S. bonds pledge to
4.348.75 par value
2,400.00 Securities other than U. ?
owned and unpledge
312.50 Subscription to stock of
Less amount unpaid
$229,438.54 Equity in banking house.
| Furniture and fixtures .
$.25 000 00l Xet dlie fr?m FCderal R*
- aaa aa ^'et due from approved re
o,000.00 | ?
04 99 j cago and it. Louis..
' " "0*4 oo I -N,et due from approved re
"" \ Xet due from banks and 1
Checks on banks m same
<.0 00 Fractional currency, nicl
^ q-9 qq Xotes of other national t
, Federal Reserve notes ..
-- Coin and certificates
933 1J4 Legal-tender notes
-1- ' '* Redemption fund with l\
135,453.10 j _ , ,
135,453.10 j T?tal
Capital stock paid in
do solemnly swear Surplus fund
wledge and belief. Undivided profits
Pugh, Cashier. Less current expense
>k, Due to banks and banke:
* 1- -2 3
vers, oanKs anu ap^iuvcu
ibler, Dividends unpaid
jctors. Demand deposits:
Individual deposits si
'ould the Church be Cashier's checks ou
iday School?" Peter Postal savings d-eposi
5, Rev. B. W. Cronk., Total demand deposit
sponsibility of the i Tme deposits:
iday School Class,* Certificates of deposi
Rev. E. W. Leslie. Oother time deposits
alificatione of an i Total of time deposits .
?nt," 'A.. Killian Ep-! Rediscounts with Federal
Harmon and Z. W.
ess. % Dinner on the; state of South Carolina,
T T? "H Qrnith
stance of Teaching that the above statement
ndav School," Profs.
N. L. Wessinger and Subscribed and STsorn
this 10th day of January,
.... W. W
ference on prohibi- '
>v. J. M. White and
I II l-l-l THOUOHTI
BUB11^ WAS 5IM0N1
the township ' heard of canvassers. The board
delegates be- io.;ssed the protest filed on beha
and pastor. Greenwood md Abbeville counties
upheld ihe legality of the election
ating the new county of McCor
fY WINS QU^ 0f portions of Edgefield, G
wood and Abbeville counties. Tn
masters Dis- pCnt.njs 0i- tilf. new county will a;
Irom the decision of the state boa
the conr:, it was announced here
e new county ?
jfore the state Subscribe to The Herald and ?
ion of The National Hank of Newberry, S. CL
f South C arol na, at the close of business Dec. 3
i? iz-.n frwr voino inn nnn nn
56CU/" tu tuianuu v. . j.v ?,v w.vw
secure postal savings deposits
5. bonds (not including stocks)
Federal Reserve bank,$6,100.00
3,050.00 3,050.00 3,05
*serve bank 8,ir
oorants ill Vpw York Phi
SCI ?C ft^v-uvw A*.* - - ^ .. - ~ - "J ~
serve agts, in'Hher res've cities 1,039.49 9,88!
bankers (not reserve agents) 16,13
city or town as reporting bank 1,01!
tels and cents, 34
S. treasurer and due from U. S.
s, interest and taxes paid 1,61:
rs (ct)':er than Federal Reserve
reserve agents 1,54!
lbject to check 68,06!
I Reserve Bank 67,921
County of Newberry, (se)
ier of the above-named bank, do solemnly sw
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
R. D. SMITH, CaslMer.
to before me Correct?Attest:
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. Cromer, Jos. H. Hunter,
ary Public. George Johnstone, ,
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Mil. V_J\ YOU, AFTER
sTl. >N,,I THIS. fOVJlL.
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"ewii 50 Shares Security Loan
1 pany Stock
16 Shares Mollohon M:
J Preferred Stock
0 00 6 Shares Oakland Comm
4 Shares Mollohon Comn
It is better to have it ant
need it and not have it.
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WAREHOUSE SYSTEM ENDORSED w;
5.00 Strong- Resolutions Passed bj Farm- in
i.00 ers' Secret Association, in Ses- in
1.88 sion at CUmden. ai
' Special to The Herald and News er
&-00 Columbia, Jan. 10.?The Farmers' w
- 62 Secret Association of 'South Carolina, ^
* ^^ o<i+n*/iotT r
ill' session m uunosu uu ijamiuu;,
* 91 strongly endorsed the state warehouse ei
? system, and particularly the present eI
2-&0 commissioner, Senator McLaurin. The
meeting wa? largely attended. The f
ear following resolutions in regard to the *
state warehouse system were adopted: '
"The Farmers' Secret association, in F
convention assembled, do hereby com- ^
mend the energy, zeal and ability dis- "
played by Hon. Jno. L. McLaurin in _
the discharge of his official duties.
| "This association regards the state 1 $:
a r ?v
\ tr him sw mil,
THSRt until i nffiHDI
WANT TO OCT
y?^ UP AQOgT NOON
?? mm i iiiiiiiii'hiw? v?hb?
and Investment Com#
1 not need it than to
arehouse system as the greatest conructive
piece of legislation enacted
years. Its management should be
the hands of one in whose integrityid
ability we have implicit confidence,
^rtainly the warehouse commissioner
11 1. . - - M ~ J
louia >De a man 01 auaira, <tuu yuc
ho both thoroughly understands and
illy appreciates the services to 'be
mdered by this system. Wo heartily
idorse Hon. Jno. L. McLaurin for reaction
as warehouse commissioner."
rhii i? a prescription prepared eneddr
r MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
ive or six doses will break any case, and
taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
turn. It acta oa the liver better ? bp
alomel and does not grioc or sicken.
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