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STA'iEMENT OF THE COlNbITION O1 THE PICKENS BANK
LOCATED AT PICKENS, S. C.
At the Close of Business June the 30th, 1922.
RESOURCES
Loans tind Discounts ---------- --------------- -- -- ------$339,341.6
Overdrafts ---- ---- ----- ------ ------ -- ---. 2,815.4(
Bonds and Stocks Owned by the Bank------ ---- -- -----.-- 52,401.6,
Banking House - .- .-- ---- ---------- -- -- -- -. --- - 9,500.01
Other Real Estate Owned ---- ------------ -- --- ---- ---- -.- 987.31
Due from Banks and Bankers ------.----------------....-140,713.21
Currency ---- ---- ---------------- -- -- -- -- -- ------7,255.00
Cold -- ---------------------- --------------------------... 607.5
Silver and Otler Minor Coin ---------- --
Checks and Cash Items -- - -- ---------- ----- -------- 210.0
Other Resources, viz: in transit-------- -- --------- 100.0
Total -------------------- -...-.$554,529.78
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock Paid in-- -- -- ----------------- ---- ------
Surplus Fund-- -- ..
Undivided Profits less Curre-nt Expcnses and Taxes Paid-- .. - 879.80
Due to B~anks and Bankers ,---.
Du to .3k nd aks----------- ------ -- --.------------J,81 7.2d
Dividends Unpaid-- -- -- -------------- -- -- --- ------- 1,0
individual Deposits Subject to Check..--- -- -- ..-.$272,910.11
Savings Deposits --------- -- ---- -- -- -.- -.. 227,439.27
Cashicr's Checks -------- -- -------- -- -- ----. 2,428.:;1 502,807.7:
T----t----------------------------------------------.---$554,529.72
STATE O.F SOUU C(A ROINA
Count:: of Pick~ens
BefCoremcaens 'ank McFall Vie P'eident of the atbo.'e :and ban'-.
. -0. being' duly Swot'., says that the! above an1 f,,rgc';'li'. Sts ]ted is a
'true O. ion of said, .ank, as shown by theeb,olk; of sai ,.
FRANK Mc!"ALL
Sworn to and suesc'ribed before mc, th:s 7th day Of July, 1922.
W. L. MATHIENEY,
('or ect Attest Notary Public for S. C.
J. McD. BRUCEb
J. U. BRUCE
PRANK McFALL
Directors
STATEMENT O;' TIE CONDITION OF THE KEOWEE BAN
LOCATED1) AT PICKENS, S. C.
At the Clo:e of Bud.iress June the :;0th, 1922.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts -- -- -------------- -- -- -------- --$122,580.8
Overdrafts-_
Furiture and Fixtures ----------------------- -- ---- ------ - G2.610
Other Real Estate Owned-- -- -- ---------- -- -- ----------- -5,911.M;
Due from Banks and Bankers ------------ ---------_--_7____ -_
Currency - .,10
CGoldny-------------- -- ---------- ---- ---------------2,47.1:;,
Cold -------- ----- -- -- -- ------ - 55.00
Silver and Other Minor Coin------------ -- -------4.1 it
Cheeks and Cash Items
Total---- -- -- _- -- --------------- -------......$142,086.87
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock Paid In ---- - -$25,000.00
Surus Fund---------------------------------- -- --------.$2,250.00
Undivided Profits, less Current Expenscs and Taxes Paid-------- 746.49
Duc to Banks and Bankers--------------- -- -- -- -- -------- 617.23
Individual Deposits Subject to Check.---__ -_ - _ -.--3,2:4.40
Savings Deposits---- --- -- ------------ -- -- -- -- 40,126.00
Timc Certificates of Deposit----------- ---- --..-- 65.00
--- -- ------- -- -- -- ---- 57.75 104,473.15
Certificates for Money Borrowed------.. 5,000.00
------------------ ------ -- -----$142,086.87
tOLINA
'arcy, Cashier of the above named bank, who, being
ouzy sworn, says that the above and~ f )regoing statement is a true condition
of .aid bank, as shown by the books of saidl bank.
J. C. CA REY
Sworn to nnd subscr'ibed before me this 11th day of July 1922.
If. A. TOWNES,
Correcct A'ttest Notary Public.
J. P. CAREY
A. J. B3OGGS
~J. C. CAREY
Directors.
STATEMENT OF THlE COND)IT ION OF THEI LIBERTY BANK
LOCAATED AT 'LIBERTY, S. C.
- At the Close of Business June the 80th, 1922.
RESOUR S
Loans and Discounts-------------.-----$9,9.
Ovedrafts..-.... ----------------...---- 3~8
-Bonds and1( Stocks Owned by the Bank------------15100
-- urniture and Fixtores-------------------1841
Banking House-..-----------....--------1538
Other Real Estate Owned.-------------------10
Due from 'Banks and Bankers---------------75q4
Currency...... -------------......------:oio
Silver and Other Minor Coin----------------028
Cheks ndCas Iems---------------------------- 0183.48
Total----------------------..-.2,40.00
Ca1!tl Pidin.------------------- -------- ......-. ,543.80
SurlusFun----------------------- ---- ---------- 1.2500
~Ani~'dul DpoitsSu~iet o Cec-------.--- --.-- -27,500.45
SavngDeosis---------------- --.--.~ --9.. 0701.0
Tie rifcae o Dpoit. ---- - '- . ....- 46115.0
Casies luks------------------------8. 63...2.8
Chees Pandable Itemsn -..tf~ie f - --ne Bor-- d. 08'.48
Total---- --- -. _ - - -. - -- - . . 2 62 64
STAT OF OUTHCARLINAI
Catay SockePsd. ..
btidiviuly Pwrnt, ss Currt Ex:y u~ oeongsaeeti r
ndiiua Depsit bank, assownb Che ksfsi k
Timen Cetonendesubofriedporsi.. ths..........l,122
CorrectAttstnTaes Puic... S,4.C.
-- --. 8 2.H,4
Dirersctek -ors_ -- - .~' 18 .4 14.0s'7
BilKaal nldn o ietsfrMnyBroe'.... 8090
Bible Thoughts for
a his Week
Sunday.
l'IG IN T1I[FH DJAY - R' I i
Cause lie to hear' thy lovin:: kin.
ni(ss iI the 1101nIg; fo 11 in ihee .1
I trust ; (ause 14e to k now1 the w:,
14er4leln I should walk ; for I lit
lip aiy soul unto thee.-I'saln
1-l3: 8.
Monday.
l' TEt1NA L PlR('T1E' 1(1)N :--Tho
ILoil shall preserve thy ginhag out
anwl thy ('ulng in frot11 this t ize
foI )h, and even for everm ole.
P'salim 121: S.
Tuesday.
[KINMI.).) i 111W111\N:-Neith
or shrill they say, Le Li-re - or. Io
thor h 1, (':I t1:I kingdolgnm of
id I's thin ytl.-1.1:ke 17: 21:,
Wcdne.day.
S -\ S--l'hou art a
(:drit!y t lu rdent, grulous andl
! 14'env iil, .Iiw I." anger., and of
ra !t k!ndaness.---Nebeaiiala h : 17.
Thursday.
ist\' ' 'l I.\IN .\ I l :--8eek ye
rtt the l iim u: l n of (,1,d int! his
. t ua'lit' 1iuss: :11:1 Il thes thin- ."
hu l ! he udflet d It t yout.- \I:It thewt
Friday.
S.\ I- 1-'11(1\ .11., 1.:VI :--The
Lorl sail foeseve thee fron a:ll
'1l: h' s!.:lh pr'verve thy 8ou.
1'::ul:n 121: 7.
Saturday.
sli.!"'-!'IL\lSi-:: ---- Le(t another
tun 1.r i::( th''. ul l hine own
Ist:0114: ;I : 1n'1:.r, an~d not thinte
" ~an is.-'rverb:37: 2.
EiNit1iOAlENT SLOW
\ot. rs in l'i; ;czn cunty su m to
b.e in no ha y to get. ti.eir Iames (1n
the e!ub) Ibks, a:ltn 'u;g: no one wiil
he aIIeIwed to vote in the aplproa:-himle
mmi1sn his (or her name is
(n the roll.
fi.am t o S had ba3. n: enrolled at I'ickens.
Evenl before w:niu1l were eligible for
enri"hinent P ick4 ns usually had about
700 vott 'S enlie14.d each time. With
the wuoaen enrolling:. there sh(uld be
at least 1000 nlanes on the Pickens
club roll.
The books close Tucda-, July 25.
RICHARD CARROLL TO SPEAK.
Rcv. Richa d Carroll, a noted col
0oed( Baptist preacher o-f Columbia.
will speak in the (t't hmC ':ec next
Sunday aft':rnoon at 4 o'clock.
Rev. Carroll is one, of the leadin
mnu.c: of his r:e in S(uth Ca.a1
and1u has Ie n woc : :x:.11:' for its :;plifts
and advaicemn.It.
He has the cnifidence and 'este-:t
of the white people. especially cf the
Baptists. le has been accorded the
privilege many times cf addressing'L;
both the state and the Southern con
ventions of the white Baptists. ile
has a message for both 'rces and it
is hoped that a large crowd will hear
him Sunday afterniooni.
CRAIG BURYING GRJOUND
Several cf the Craigs and1( their
friends spent Tuesday, July 4, clear
ing off the family gravec yard (.n Keu
x;ee river. F'ive genei1(rations of the
Craig5 lie there, inl1ud1ing a Revolu
t ionary soldie 1and111 four' o' his grand -
sons8 who foutht iln t i'e Civil war, one I
of whom gave his life for that caius.
T'our gener('ationls were. pre.st on 0
this occaision to honor these historie
chlaralcters.
We e'xpc(t to meet aga'1in ini Aus
tist to establhsh boundalries aind ereet
fences andl will be glad for all who
have relatives or friends, black or
white, to be present and help locate
them. The date of meetin'g will be
published later. C.
Tihe attractive country home of Mr.
James Earle, one mile north of towvn,
js being greatly improved by havingv
mioreC windows and (doors cut, paint
applied and various other things (lone.
The work is under the supervision of
Mr. Anderson Babb.
Renew your health
by purifying your
system with
aotabs
The purified and refined
calomel tablets tha t are free
from nausea and danger.
No ialts necessiary, as
Calotabs act likIe calomel
and salts combined. De
mand the genuine in 10Oc
and 35c packages, bearing
above trade-mark.
On Sale everywhere from Nowon
Th U
~with many improvements
Th 'e pri remains
- H EN "USCO"announced
as i new low price of
-l $1.0latFll0h
I ~JY~{9Abusy developing a stifl
~ greater "Usco" value.
~~ The nr.v and better "Usco" as
you see it today-with no change
ij in price -and tax absorbed by
- the manul'acture.
- ?You'll note in the new and
a better "U 1co" these fcatures
Thicker tread, giving greater
non-skid protection Stouter side
AToe the a nd somter tire"a
1 :The greatest money's worth of
fabric tire in the history of pneu.
matics.
United States T s
United States RubberCompany
Can Buy PICKENS MOTOR CO.
U. S. Tires:
Thiat Our Sale Closed Saturday
Night July 1 st.
Wur adds and the ibrl oay you boh
great loss, andI too so many of our cu stomers expressed such regret that
we were thinking of going out of bu sinesqs that we are glad to say that
we are already getting in new goods arad will be able to take care of your
wants at reasonable prices.
To better express our appreciation of your friendship and patronage we
are going to give you ten p~ounds of s ugar free with every $10.00 you spendl(
Get your ticket with each purchase a nd when your tickets show that you
hav~e spent ten doellars during the mo nthi the sugar is yours.
Edwards & Darseyv

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