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..Statement of the Condition of the..
BANK OF M3OUNTVILE
Loentcd at MoiiuntIlle, S. V., it the
elose of buslne'ss ,iun1e 30, 19212.
Loans and Disvomtts .$ 9 1,470.17
Oveldrafts . . . .. . . 1,7 66.02
.l'u r iture and l-'ixtu res . . 2.120.00
i-lnking -1 0 1 'oi.. . 2, 0 .()
j p'Ie from Ilaks and llank
('urrency .. .. .. .. .. .. 62-2.00
Silver and Other Coin.
Checks and Cash Items .. .52t..30
TIotal .. $ . 31,4) 0.1
ialAlliili S
Capiital Stock Paid I . ..$ I '2,:2.It~l,
Siu1111s Fuld .0000.00
ildivided Profits, less &ur
rent .xtlenses atnd Taxes
Individilal ' posits Subject
to Check . . ..$ .'4, 5.M
Sa vi ligs I te ;tosits 1(I0000.
Time Certificates of De
i .. . ... 2
('ashi r's (IChecks 71. t1 N . ;
!,ills Playa-ble, including Cer
tificates for loney I tor
rowed 3..............:.2.000.00
Tota 1.. .......... ..$105,0'18.96
State of South Carolina,
Colunty of -liiurenls.
Ilefore tme caie C. .l. Fuliir cash
'(r of the above named bank, who, be
in-g dilly sworn. says that the above
an( foregoing statement is a true con
dition of s;aid Intk. as showvn by the
books of said batik.
C. M. P('U lJI..
Sworn to and subseritbed before mue
this 5th day of .luly, 1922.
W. 1.. CR1S1,
Notary Public.
Correct Attest: C. 1.11. Fuller. .1. M.
iniimions, W. .1. Cluck, Directors.
Stat4ment o1f the Conition of tle
BA.NK OF CROSS HIhLL
Located at Cross Jill), S. C., Iat the
ed )%e of busliess Iulie 30. 1122.
RElSOU1 0OES
Laoans and Discoits . ..$21-1,150. 19
Overdrafts ................215. 17
Furniture and Fixtures .. 1,0311.90
Bank ing Hois ... 1,290.15
DUe fromt Baitnks and Hank
er's 8.11
C u1rr(ecy .2.S106
Gold ...75.00
-Silver and Other Colin . C - ! I
Cheeks l(and Cash Items 20.27
Other Rtesources, viz.:
Pills Receiva-ble .... 250.00
'Total...... .$235,7.5
IABlALTI 1ES
Capital Stock Paid In.$ 50,000.00
Surplus Fund.. ...... 25,4100.00
'ndivided Proltis, less tutr
rent. ExIpenses and Taxes
Paid .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 .,881.
Individual ileposils Subject
to Check . ..23,11.90
Demand Certificates of I)e
posi%,. ,, . 2,850.00 .'
Time Cetlfleaebs of Do
p)osit . . . . . . . . 6-1,335.25
Cashier's Check s 431.5 90,731.7-1
Notes and Hills Rediscount
ed ---.-.-.-....... 7,125.05
Bills Payable, inclding Cot
tllems for Moneoy Hor
ved .. . . . ....0,000.00
Otltr Liabil4ties, viz.:
'hue War Finance Cor
poration .. ....18,000.00
Total........... ..$35,7 8.58
State of South Carolina,
County of 'Laullrens.
Hl('fore me( cale W. P. Martin, Cash
ier of the above named bank, who. be
ing duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement, is a true con
cditionl of said bank, as shown by Ihe
books of said bank.
W. P. MARIN.
Sworn to and~ subscribed before tme
this 5th dlay of .July, 1922.
J1. 10. IJEAMAN,
Notary Putbl Ic.
Correct Attest: W. C. lRasor, .1. II.
.Miller, R. A. Aust In, Directors.
Stuatemet of thle Coniditiont of~ the
PALM ETT(O HAN K
1Oct1 (.d itt. !,aurients, S. V., at the close(
of business Junite :10, I922.
TbCSOi1IO:s
Loans and 'l)iscoitnis .. . .j218,1-.-h.$0
Overdriafts............209..>
Bonds and Stocks Owned by
the Hank.............3580.00
-Fttrnituire and 'Fixtures .. 3,450.00
Banking -House .. .. .. .....1,550.00
Other~ Real Estate Owined 7,023.110
['ue from Jkanks and Bank
ers......................2,397.74
Currency .. ...............124.00
Gold.................260.00
Silver .and Other' Coin . . .. 941.43
Checks and Cash Items . . 6,208.35
Other -Resources, viz.:
United States ILhberty Loan
Bonds..... .. .. .. .. ....23,950.00
Total .... . ..........$329,838.99
LIABIblTIFJS
Capit'al Stock 'Paid In . . . .$ 50,000.00
Surplus 'Fund .... .......35,000.00
Unidivided Profits, less Curt
arent Exipenses and Taxes
Paid .. .............14,497.00
'Dividends UnpaId ... .. ....256.00
I ndividunl Deoposits Sitbject
t o Cheelk. ..$90,281.53
Savings Deposits . 45,886.84 .
TImo Certificates of'D
iposit.. .. .. ....92,64.87
Cashir's Checks . 1,552.75 230,085.99
Total .. . . . . . .$ 9.8 ' -
State of South Caroltna,
County of -Taurens.
Beforo tine came R. .H. To-ry. Pre
dent of the tahove -
being duly swornf, saya t':e t L ,;v
and for'egolng statement is a true con
dition of said 'bank, as shown by the
books of said bank,
R. B. T1DiRR'Y,
* Sworn to and subscribed bet'ore tme
this 5tii day of July, 1922.
W. R. 'McCUkN,
-Notary 'Putbl.
Correct Attest: JT, Mills- .Hunter', W.
DI. Fer'guson, T.. E. Burnis, 'Directors.
No Worms In a Ileattby Child
AIlldn troubled wttp Worms hsive so us.
belthy cOhr whieh indled~tde piotblood, andt as a
ruwheeesore-ofi' Ise' #tt i stutibance.
GROVE'S TASTICIE88 CHILL IOC given regu
lerhy, for two o~ three weeks,wlI 6 nrich the blood,
Iproethde! ti,naabtes'aenerOltength
* pdtg Toic tothe whole system, N.atutre will then
w ht flor dsolt'eOterm,'atddl'ti chidwillbe
a be hei. Pl#easat t take. 'pr botle
IY LA FOLLETTI
leelares Tarly Will Defeait Rpubli
eansi. One Chlanice Left.
Wishing~tn, .Jily 7.- Ili ain attacli
on the administration tariff bill, Sena
tor !La Follette of Wisconsin, lIepubli
con I i mes of tle Iiianc(e committee
declared today in the Cenate that pas
sage of the moo woltid mean the
defeat. if not the utter Iili, of tlh(
tions in Noveiimer and in tle pres
d nlitial election in 192I. c
-1 (10 not Understand," said Sena
tol La Follette, "fhow men Charged
with the duty of upholding and pre
rerv ing he principles of the lepubli
catn party, even if tiey% feel no respon
siiiyto the( Ipecole who elected theml,
(enn 110b erately force through legisla
tion which they tituist know means the
defeat, if ont tile litter* rn tin, of the
par1ty.
"If the elections of 1910 and 19-1
and 1911 ient nothing to them, then
let them look to the Republican pri
iaries, held in Indiana, in Iowa, .in
North Dakota and other states within
the last t'ew m1onths. Powerful indeed
must be the influence which caii
bludgeon through this legislation
wheln the political leaders responsi
ble for it know that it Imlean1s the de
feat of thuei' party and the end of
the Political lives of most of the
lealder- respon-sible for this bill."
Reviewing tihe political upsets
Which followed passage of the Payne
Aldrich law, Senator La Follette de
elared that had it not been for the
resentment of the peoip le against the
Wilson adi inistrat ion growing out of
lite war and ghat f'ollowed, there is
io doubt. that the lIepublican patty
vould never have rotirnel to power
inless it reforimed its tariff policy andI
"ave satisfactory guarantees that its
rformation was permanent.
''It wottl ;eem that the inc es1on
ible foi' this Reptil ican administra
o .11in tle lgliht of hiistor'y would, witi
le r'etuI'n of the RePlblican party to
iower frane a tariff )ill with at least
;oie show of a devent regard fori meet
n1; "he undi(lOubted will and desire of
hl, vast majoi'ity of the people. Hut it
eems that the same ilterests which
ostered tile Dlinley and tile even worse
!ayne-Aldiichii tariff u-on a long str
rolting iublic are strong elouigh to
imlte into the statutes of this country
tle far woise .tarifl' ~iovisialia con
tailed ill the pelllding bill.
"Do the gentlomell rsponsI'ble for
this hill iliagn0 that lie 1)Lio)10 lave
forgotten? Do you think that the peo
PIe will calmly accept tile buirdens in
1922 which they so decisively r'efused
to carry In 1910 and 1912? Therie i
just one way. .lr-. P'esldent. In which
to save the Republican party friom de
feat in tile ConlgressionalI election of
1922 and from disaster 4n the presi
deitlal election of 1921, and that is tc
retu'n tills -bill to the Committee al
I'write all the schlehils of it so that
th'ey con f'oirmn to tile ltepublicani pin
ciple of prtOtectioni by mierely e(iual
i'Ziig lie cost of product.lion at hon<
anid abr'oad, and If they arie uinablc
to (10 s0 thlen t) abaindoin genetral
t ariff legislatIion at thIiis thntie.'.
tlliseulssing sp~eciialIly the cot toi
schiedulec ini the pend( ig -bill, Seniatoi
L~a 'Folletle declared the tates as tre
hiotted to I he setnate aver'agedi general
13' from 1I to 9W0'e cent. higher' lian
those 'in tihe "'infamioui'" Payne--Al
dichj act and in a mlajorIty of inistanc
es from I100( to 22 1)01 cent. higher thain
in the existliig Und(erwod law.
Th'le Wisconsin1 aenator' said thai
since lie had made his study of thc
schedule the fInaince commiittee. ma
joity had cut dlown some of the r'atei
andi ''Sl-lped out onie of tile many jok
ers thiat weire slilped in to the cottoi
schedule," but that even wIth the Ire
ductin made, lhe und~etrstood that tht
comimittee 'najoity Intendedl to reCduict
the r'atcs to the level in lie Payne.
Aldr'ich schiedutle. Hec ar'guied thal
these rates weire entir'ely too high.
NOTICE OF .SALE UNDERt DISTR.ESS
WALtILA NT
State of South Carolina,
Countty of Laurens.
R. 11. Jlenchoff, Landlord,
against
.Jame.' Kilgo, Tenatit..
By virtue of authority Vestedi In me
Ithe undersigned, In a distress warr'iant
issued gy R. 'H Denchioff', landlord, on
June 22, .I922, for past due -rent, vs
James Kilgo, Tenant, I have -distrain
edl thu r't'ee of goods, merchandise
s tor e furin itu re, and fixtures, herein,f
ter dlescr'ibed, and( notIce Is hereby giy.
enx that I ve'i'l sell the said stock *o
) a, aor'e.. andiso, store furnitnr<
atid fixtures at public outcry; to 'thi
hIghest bidder for cash, at the .plac<
of buisines5'sfolrmerly occupied y -th<
said James Kilgo, tenant, -on thl
nor'thwe~st corner of the puiblicascuare
In the City of Laurens, South Caro
lina, on Wednesday, the 12th day oj
Juily, 1922, at ten o'clock A. M. T[hI
said stock of goods, merchandise, fur.
nituro and 'fixtures consisting of fanc:
gr'oceries, such as canned goods, can,
I"' soap, etc., and the fixttikes consist
ing of scales, "coffee grinder) cheesi
cutter, etc., the sanme beIng the pro
perty of James .Kilgo,- Tenant, and]
(vill sell so muich thereof as shall be
sufficient to esatisfy 1the 'Landlord's
claim ['or renf) ..
S; C, RElFID, Agent
Ho f. Do~nchoff, Lanidlord
Lauroes S. C,, tune 26, 1922. 50,4
*** * * * * * * * * *4
* HARVEY TEJRItY
* -
* * * * * * * * 4. * * * *4
Harvey Terry was born-at Rocking
ham, N. C., January 16, 1859. Aftei
reaching young manhood lie moved tc
Monroe, N. C., where lie remained foi
some years. At this latter place lie
married 'Mrs. Ellen Richardson, who
preceded him to the grave about seven
9ears.
About thirty years ago Brothel
Terry moved to Laurenis, S. C., wher-1
he lived till the end came. Here he
entered tle( mprcantile tworld and
was one of the leading merchants of
the place till his fatal slekness over
took him11 the last year of his life.
Decembor 8, 1920, he was married to
Miss IMary Peterson of .Lalurenis, who
su rvives him. Som 'woks before the
end came lie went back on a visit to
his old home, 'Rockinghami, N. C., hop
ing the change would be beneficial to
him. But here the fatal stroke camne,
and he passed away October 7, 1921.
His body was 'brought back to lAtu
rens and burled.
llrother Terry was a man of fine
native ability. lie .possessed i most
genial disposition. And in addition to
these natural gifts was the work of
grace which the Lord had wrought in
his hicart and character. lie was a
lovable man, and he was greatly loved
and admired. Ile early united with
tho -Methodist church, and lie loved
his church as few men do. The calls
of .his church were always impera
tive with him. illence the church could
always depend upon11 hIm to do and do
well any work it saw fit to Iput on him.
For many years he served as a steward
and 'was most faithful and efficient inl
that Capacity. Hlie loved his preachers
-and his preachiers loved him 1a(d
sought his company and counsel.
Now that he is gone we mIiss him,
milis him1 at his place of l)usiIless, at
his home, at the Sunday School, at the
Prayer meeting, at tihe public worship.
Having served his Lord faithfully lie
was not unduly distuirbed at .the
thought of death. Naturally -lie want
ed to live, 'but was ready to die. No
one who knew him questions but that
he has joined the host of the redeemed
and awaits the coming of friends and
loved ones whom lie left behind.
P. 'P. Kilgo.
HEAD OF FURMAN
DECLINES OFFEI
Greenville, July 5.-Annountement
was made this afternoon by Dr. W. b.
-MeGlothlin, ,nresident o Purimanl uni
versity, that lie had decided to decline
the offer of the J)'resideney of William
Jewell colloe, at Liberty, Mo., an(]
w6vnid 1'emAn1111 at the head of Furman
inivei'sity. The offer from the 'lis
souri institution-was received by Dr.
WicGlothlin several weeks ago and has
been under careful considleratlon since
that time.
Formal announcement of his deci
sion to remain 'at Furman was made
by Dr. McGlothlin ini a letter to .1l1n
A. Russell, liresident of the Green
ville chamber of commerce, in which
lie says: "Assurances of 'interest and1(
suipport on the hart of the citizens
of Greenville have .materIally aidedl me
in reaching a dlecislonl as to whlat
cour'se I ought to ursue. Thle presi
dlency of Wirlliam Jewell college, wvith
the high standards -and( great potential
resourceai of the institution, made(1 a
strong aplP1 but I have decidedl to
reimain withl Furmian."
In outlining the 'reasons whly lie has
decidedl to renmain at Furmani, 'Dr. .\c
(Glothil st tes in this letter that some
two years ago the general edlucatiori
'board of 'New Yorn offered to .give to
the endowment of the institution the
sum of $175,000 if Its other friends
would -r'aise $325,000, thus adding a
.total of half a million to the end~ow-.
ment. "UT1 to 'the pre'senit very little
has -been (done toward 'meeting tlhis
great offer," says Dr. MlcGlothlin's
letter,
"This (delay was caused 'by the so
ious11 financial depriessionl through
which our state with other's has -been
lpasslng. .But the per'iod in whiich gum
hpart of the half million in to be raisedl
is rapidly 'passing. Something like twe
Years remain in which to complete
the raising of the funds necessary
to meet the great offer of the goner
al educatlon 'board. Can this amont
~p ralsed Will the enlightened,
'wealtihy, fo'mward looking men of
Greoenvill 110lp md This is the ques
'tioni which has revolved itself over
uil 'over in mhy mind 'as Ihavoe orisid~
'orad 'the posasiliition 'of :the f1dttaie,
and the hope Tfhat :$tech -will be the
Wagr~e ihas -kepit me 'in. Wredillef.4I. I as
nothing -for myself, .I 'on-ly :ask that
G10reenville and Iidutlh Ofarofina .will
unite tb buld a great and worth 'edu
catioIal iniitiation 'in this 'dity for
ithe eduication of the young imen qf .this
aild adfoiiiing as fe anhl foi' the s0oryle
lof' ran a 'of (tol'd; breenv~le is
Blure'to be a gt'eat inittrial lehtel'
In the mnidst of .tlis materlia igowtl
will it also sipptt :wo1ily,;thosj
institutions which Me necessary .t(
keep iu9 tile thaoral gn'd spifituad lift'
of its rpeople? -I hopeo that it hiay be
n0lnd .that hope has' kept me .iri
Cran'envile . .."
LOST
Notice is hereby given that a cer.
tilicate of deposit No. 4752 dated Sept
2, 1921 and issued to Miss [lettie L
Stone and Payable to herself, has beerl
lost or misplaced by the said owne
and holder thereof, and that the sak
certiflete of deposit 'No. 4752 'by an
other than the said Miss Hettie L
Stone is unlawful and unauthorized.
Noticeo is further hereby given thal
a duplicate certificate of deposit will
be issued to the said owner in licti
thereof after advertisement for tWc
weeks.
'BAN-K OF WARE SIOALS,
.tune 29, 1922. 51-2t
Statement, of the Condition of the
PEOPLES BANK
Located it. Gray Courti, S. (., at ile
close of business Jiune 30, 1922.
RE0SOURCE'S
Loans and Discounts .. ..$131,369.04
.3-rafts;.--....... 1,575.84
Furnmiture and Fixtures . 4, 129.25
Banking IHouse ........ 4,928.20
Due from Banks and Bank
ers.---.--..... ...14,546.85
Vturrency ...--.--..... 196.00
Silver and Other Coin .. .. 82.76
Total -....-......$'156,827.94
Capital Stock Paid In ..$ 50,000.00
Surplus Fund .......... 5,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent iExi::enses and Taxes
Paid .-........... 3,146.66
Individual IDeposits Subject
to Check .. .. ..$-41,774.94
T1me Certificates of .De
posit .. .. ..... 43,694.36
Cashier's Checks . 711.98 86,181.28
Bills Payable, including Cer
tiicates for '-\loney Bor
rowed -.-...---... ......12,500.00
Total ..............$156,827.94
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Before me caine A. M. Owings, Cash
ier of tlhe above named bank, who, be
ing IlY sworn, says that the above
and foreboing statement is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
hioki: of said bank.
A. 'M. OWINOS.
Swarn to and subscribed before mne
this :r(1 day of July, 1922.
J1. 1W. WIDL'Ls,
Notary Public.
Correct Attest: L. 'It. Brooks, F. T.
Curry, J. B3. Owings, Directors.
Statemmenit of the Condition of the
PEOPLES LOAN & EXCH. BANK,
Located at Liaures, S. C,, It time close
of busine.s Jiune $0, 1M2,
Ri0SOU.ROS
'.4as Ad Discounts .. ..$377,957.31
Overdrafts .. . .. 1,589.72
Bonds and Stocka Owned by
the Bank ,.,..............32,1'87.50
Furtture and 'Fixtures . 4,300.00
inking Ilouse ............10,000.00
Imte froni Banks and Bank
ers .............. 14,056.13
Currency .. .....4,131.00
Gold 4.............415.00
Silver and Other Coin .. .. 442.12
Cheeks and Cash Items . . 7,612.30
Other Resources, viz.:
U. S. L'tberty Loan Bonds 23,250.00
Total .....$475,938.08
IAABbi'TTHOS
Capital Stock Paid In .. ..$100,000.00
Surplus Fund . ... . 25,000.00
Un.Evided Profits, less Cur
rent lExipenses and Taxes
Paid ....................52,005.92
Dividends l'npaid .......,008.00
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check .. ..$155,878.32
Savings Deposits 15,727.66
Time Certificates of ie
posit.. .. .. ..92,320.07
Cashier's 'Checks 997.51 29.!,924.10
Total .......... .....$75,938.08
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Blefore tie came C. .W. 'Tune, Cashiem
of the above mnamed bank, iwho, being
dmuly sworn, .says that the above and
foregoimng statemnent is a .true \condi
tion of said hank, ems shmowni by th(
books of said bamnk.
C. W. TPUNE.
Sworn to and smibscribod :befomre mc(
this 5th day of July, 1922.
Notamry Public.
Correct Attest: E. 0. Andersomi, .J. S
Craig, Rt. F. Jonies, Dilreciprs.,
Sjtemenmt of tme Coniditiomn of time
BANK 4)F GRiAY' COUIRT,
Located at Gray Court, S. C., at thme
close of business ,Jumne 30, 1922.
JRESOUR0ES
Loans and D)iscounts .. ,..$139,248.75
Overdrafts ............2,157.61
Bonds and EStocks Owned 'by
the .Bank .... ..........9,673.0(
Furmitumro and FIxtures ..1,704.62
Banking H-ouse. .. .. ...1,760.00
Other Real 10state Owned 1,000.00
Due f rom .Banks and -Bank
er... .. .. .. . ... ......708.0(
Silver and Other Coin . . . . 105i.4
Checks and Cash Items .. 524.2(
Total .. ........ ....$89,1 16.54
IIABIIT'IES
Capital Stock -Paid In .. . .$ 25,000.0(
Surplus -Fund... ...........2,000.0(
UndivIded iProfits, less Cur
rent laxmOnss and Taxes
.Paid .. .. .............5,274.4i
Dlvid-enuds Unpaid .. .. .'.
Inditvidn'al Deposits Subject
to Chuek . . . .8/'81
Savings Deposits 'i2.6i8
Time Certiiflcates of iDe
Cashier's 'Checks -. .6%113S,14.01
TWills Payable, 'Including Cer
t4fic'ates foir 'Money Br
rowed .. .. .. .... ...... 00.
- 'Total.... . .... .... . . .$189;116.
State of South Carolina,
County of 'Laurens.
Before me came,.'D. dirdy,'Casle
of the .aboVe nlamed. bank, who, 'beini
duly- sworn, says thaft -the above #$
foregoing stgment is a true condi
tion of .said bank, ds shoi bytWh
booksm of sai bank.
-C. 'D. ORuA'
Swork to and subscrfbed &before m
this 8tlh day o~ ,July,, 1022.
W. IL 34cOAIN
Oorrect Attest: 6, 'D. Martin, .
Charter No. 10O5
Report of
ENTElRI'US
At Lauarens, in the Ntate of South C
30, 1922.
REf
.Loans a.nd disecunts, Including red
banks, and foreign ble of excih
dorsement of this bank .... ....
Overdrafts, unsecured .... .... ..
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.
Banking House, $22,000.00; Furnitui
Lawful reserve with Federal Reser
"'ash in vault and anmunt due fro
Checks on other banks in same cit
Total of a'b.ve two Items
Checks and drafts on banks tini
serve Bank) located outside o
reporting bank'.... .... .... .
Mikcellaneous cash Items .... ..,
Other assets, if any .... .... ....
Total....................
LIAI
Capital stock paid in .... .... ....
Siuripius fund .... .... .... .... .
Undivided profit . .... .... .... ..
Less current, expenses, interest, an
Amount (ie to Federal Reserve B
Certified clecks outstanding.
Casiler's checki outstanding.
Total of above three items..
limand deposits (other than bank
(deposits paya-ble within ,30 day
indlivid1al depositq subject to chec
Certilloates of deposit due in less t
money borrowed) ..... ........
D3ividends unpaid .... .... .... ..
Total of demand deposits (oth
., posits) subject .to Reserve
time deposts subject to leserve (p
ject to 30 (lays or more notice,
Vertifleates of :leposit (other than f
Other time depoits .... .... .....
Total of tite deposits su'bject to
Total .... .... ....
State of South Carolina, County of I
1, C. H. Rcwer, Cashier of the ali
the above statemenat is true -to the 1
Subscribed and swore, to before
Correct-Attest: S. .I. Wilkes, C
( harter No. 10859
report, of C
FAIlIFERS N
At Laurens, in the State of Nouth (1
30, 1922.
'RES
Loans and discounts, including redis
banks, and foreign bills of exci
dor-sement of this bank.... ...
Overdrafts, unsecured . . . . . .. ....
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.
Furniture and fixtures. .... .... ..
Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve
Cash in vault and amount due from r
Checks on other -banks in same city
Total (it above two items
T otal .... .... .... .... .... .
'LIAl
Capital stock paid in .... ........
Surplus fund .... .... .... .....
Undivided profits .... .... .... ..
Amount due to :ational banks.
Cashier's checks outstanding.
Total ofabove two Items.
Demiand deposits (other than bank
(deposits )ayable within 30 dayi
Individual deposits subject to check
Certificates of deposit due ip less t1
mo,ney borrowed) .... .... ....
Dividids utrpaid .... .... .... ..
Total of demand deposits (oth
posits) subject to Rescrve .
Tilmte deposits subject to leserve (p;
ject to 30 (lays or more notice,
Certifleates of deposit (othar than
Other time deposits .... .... .... .
Total of time deposits subject
Notes and bills rediscounted, includn
and foreign bills of exchange (
ment of this bank .... .... ...
.Total ......... .....,... .... .
State of South Carolina, County of
I, Clyde T. Franks, Cashier of ti
Ilhat the a'bove statement is trute to I
Subscribed and swvorn to before
Correct--Attest: M1. J. Owvings, J,
('harter No. 106352
Ilepot of (
L~AUltENS N
.it Laurens, in~ tihe State of South (0
30, 1922.
Loans and dliscounts. !nclutding redit
'banks, andl foreigg bills of cxchi
dorsemnent. of this bank .... ....
Overdrafts, unsecutecd..... .... ..
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.
Banking House, $21.904.55; Fuirnitur
Lawful reserve with .Federal Reseru
Cash in yauit and amount dlue froim
Amount due from State banks, banh
the United States (other than Il
Cheeks on othier banks in same eItI
Trotal of above three items..
.Mescellaneous cash items .... ....
Total .......... .... .... ....
Ca.oital stock paid in....,..... ..
Surplus fund ......... .... .... .
Ujndivided proilts ..........,... ..
Amount due to State banks, bankers
United States and foreign counti
Cashier's checks outstanding .
Total of above two -items .
Ifeamnd deposits (other ,than bank
(deposits patyable within 30 day
Individual deposits sulyject, to chec
rBividends unpaid ......... .....
Total of demand deposits (oth
- posits) . . . . . . ,
Tilhte dleposits -subject ,to Resecrve (pt
jeot to 30 dayui or more notice,
Certificates of .ioeposit (other than
Other time -deposits .... .... ...
Total' bf time deposits subject
Notes and *ills -rediscounted, In'l
bankst and foreigtn bills of exci
dorsemnent of this bank ..c .
taeoSouth Carolina.. Counuty of
I, Got lkl alli f1
--hat the above statement is true to I
Subscr'ibed and sworn to before
Corredt-tAttellt:J. 1.' AmeO
LOOSE LEAF LWDG
1D I
Reserve District No. s
Condition of the
, NATIONAL 1$ANK
arolilia, at the Close of .binisbesse-Ol Jiuie
OURCES
scounts, acceptances of other
aige or drafts solds with in
- $4418,499.28
'182.93
. 13,850.00
e and fixtures, $4,5'3.00 .... 2,513.00
re Bank .... 21,755.28
ml national banks / 24,927.05
or town as reportiig hank 2,;)24.10
Widg Federal Re
city or town of
....... .... ....$(7.
. .... ..........-... 7,905.91
... .... .... .. . . .. ... 1,3 2.
$547,800.18
HIITIIES
.... .... .... .... .... $100,000.00
... .... .... ..... . . 25,000.00
.. .. ..%
d taxes -paid .. . ,53 19.747.08
ank (deferred < . . . . 1,223.68
... .... .... .... .... .... 119.62
........... .... . .. .. 777.68
I il) .. . ... ....$ 120.,3
deposits) subject to .:-Zvo
0: '
k .--. .... .... .... .....161,596.14
um 30 days (other than for
---. ---. .... .... .... .... 23,337.70
-- .--- . .. ..... ... .... 4,253.50
pr than bank de
... .... .........189.187.34
yable after 30 days, or suy
and Postal savings):
r money borrowed) .... .. 104,535:37
--. - -.. . ... . ... . ... . .... 107,209.11
lles r .... ... . . $21,1,744.78
... ...... . ... .... . .. '.. .. 547,800.19
rallrens.
ove-named bank, do solemnly swear that
(!s9 of 'my knowledge and 'belief.
f. 1H. -ROPJR, Oashiler.
me this 8th (lay of July, 1922.
' It. B. TERRY, Notary .Public.
BE. Kennedy, R. M. Wasson, )irectbrs.
n1dition g thle Reserve District, No. t
ATIONAL BANK
trolina, at the close of buSlineas onl June
3U.RCIDS
counts, acceptances of othie
mge 'or drafts sold with In
--.. --... .... .... .... .. $325,219.84
--.-- .... .... .... .... .. 298.70
-. - .... .... .... ..I.. . .... 4,800.00
.. - .. .... .... .... .... 2,3.54.53
Bank .... .............. .. 24,488.99
ational banks .... ...e. .... 6,360.31
01r town as reporting. bank 700.26
... .... .... ....$ 7,060.fW
$3f)4,222.6"
IIIJITIIDS
$ 50,000.00
22.500.00
5,103.37
... .... ... 8,378.74
-... .... .... .... 147.05
... .. .......$ 8,525.79
leposits) subject to Reserve
--. .... ....f....o.... r.... 45,851.34
ian 30 days (other than for
9.688.98
2,294.50
r than bank de
.... .... .... ....$ 57,837.82
tyalble after 30 days, or sub
and postal havings):
for money borrowed) . . . . 5.,296.17
51,130.66
to Reserve ....$102,426.83
g acceptances.of other banka
ir drafts sold with Indorse.
.... .... .... .... .... .. 117,828.82
... ... ... ... ... ... $364,222.63
TLauarens.
le albove-named -bank, (l0 splemnnly swvear
he~ best of my knowledge and belief.
CLYDE T. FIRANK1S, Cashier.
me this 5th day of JTuly, 11Y22.
PHIl .D. HUFl&, Not'ary Public.
C. Owings, C. 1E. Kennedy, 'Dlrectors..
'odto o h R1eserve District No. 5
ATIONALJ BANK
urolina, at the close of business on ,June
OUROES
counts, acceptances of other
ringe or draifts sold with in
-... ... .. . .. . . .. ... $295,998.75
- -- - . .. . .. ... ... 687.89
- -- --- - .. '... . . . . . . 4,625.00
a and fix tures, $3,489.00 .... 25,393.55
e Daink....... .. ..... .. .25,241.06
national banks ..............6,485.62
:ers, and .trust companies dn.
wcluded in above two item.s) 4,012.73
or towvn as reporting bank 652.10
-. . . .. . . .$ 11,150.35
-... -... ... ..i ... .. 134.82
.. . . . . . . . . . . 363,231.42
fILITIS -
-...... ........... .....$ 50,000.00.
-...... ........ ...........5,000.00
- - --. -.. .f. ... ... ,469.63
and trust com~hanies'in the
'ies ......... .... ...........132.89
-- . . . . . . . . . . 470.70
.. . . .... .$ 603.59
udeposits) subject to Reserve
kI.. . . ..'.......... .128,910.33
.. . .. . .. . .. . -.. ... 1,700.00
er than bank de
................$130,10.33
ayable after 30 days, or sub
and postal savingn):
for money 'borrowed) . . .. 46,910,6a
... ... ... .. . . .. ... 53,302.64.,
to Reserve . .. .4100,93.2i7
uding acceptances of other
ange or draft sold Avith in-.
.. .... ..... ..36232
Laurefs -,34
iN abova aed bank, <do solemnly swear
he hjeet'of Myknowledge and -bolref.
O U. DLMKDLY. 'Olsh!e.
me this 6th day' of July, 192k.
)Y.NOASTlill Notar v fublic
ItVSER PRIN4TING C

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