The Panola Watchman (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 33, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 17, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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By R. M. Park A Son
MW« Help Ttoit Who Help Ua» amd Tkoao Who He p Ua Help fkcauclvei"
CARTHAGE, PANOLA COUXTV, TEXAS, YVKIMtllSP AY MOKMNG. MAY 17. lit”.
$1 50 Per Annum in Adi
CHARTER NO. *1*7 RESERVE DISTRICT NO. 11
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BUNK
CHEAT MEETING OF
In the State of Texas, at the close of business on hf*
laan atui discounts, including rediscounts accept in
t*» of other btnh. and foreign bills of nituDf
or drafts sold with indorsement of Ibis bank..
U. S. Government securities wwneoi
Deposited to secure circulation__________-$12,609 AO
All other I H Government Securities-.- 1,041 43
Other bond*. stocks, securities, tic,________________
Banking House, tlk.yoooo; Fur. and Fix., f 12,C*bo.oo..
Real estate owned other than hanking house_________
lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank__________
Cash in vault and amount due from national banks----
Amount due from Stale hanks, hankers, and trust
companies in the United States—______________
Checks on other banks in the same otty or town
as reporting bauk_______________i,------------
Checks on banks located outside of c-ity or town of
reporting hank _________—..— ----.$ 146.07
Miscellaneous cash items. ._________________2*>7 3®
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer and due from
U. 8. Treasurer..._____________________________
M 1 The fr»« w«
ek of the
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by F W. 1
H jgwIUt. at the
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BANKS OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE
( DlTION OF THE
the inking some where T
fell-r certain!) holds up to hi
rong: he is strong in the service, i vies fhr
strong iu' bis adherence to the teach-'
iugs of the- Bible, of the New Testa-
Sunday, three services filled the day
with unusual interest, manifested by
the large, attentive audiences who at-
tended the services. The subject for
the 11 o'clock service was T’rayer" --
STRICKEN SOUTH TEXAS PEOPLE
ARE STILL NEEDINC AID.
AT CARTHAGE, STATE OF TEXA6
Houston. May 1
ditions in sil the 8
were I _
_ , imprm
a talk that »il! he imprinted la*tij%' '* U)
upon ilie mind- of -lm.se who !ist"e>»ed, k,n
and at the close of the service Miss*
Wofford sang "Mother’s Prayer” Her!
— While flood <on-
uth Texas territory
Jfday night to be
is still need for aid
of the Brazos
Capita! Stock paid In—..—.............---------1
Surplus Fund ...._____.............................
Undivided profits----------- $2o.3l3.SO
l/css current expenses, interest, aud
taxes paid___.......------------------ 5,546 86
Circulating notes outstanding------------------- —
Amount due *o national hanks-----------------------
individual deposits subject to check-----------------
Bills payable, (including all obligations representing
money hoi rowed other than rediscounts.------
A do - - ud ! - u w: ’ In-
sent here early Sunday to i»i«t the
wonderful volet espresslr.g tlu.se beau four H„^um alr(,a<J) al rtalldy
liful thoughts was enough U. touch | po(|M rWU?f<
day to the Aimoriton se<-tlon, in Bra
the heart of any listener no matter
how careless or neglectful he had been ‘
ill the past.
A truckload of (ood
day. t .«pt. C, C. BnwWnii go Bun,
Real *>t.ite I lixbk-et- hi*. ■.
Furniture and Fixture*.It______.....____
Due froumoher Bank- and Bankers, ami <.
Itit* t ^kj.e|>< -itors’ Guaranty Fund
Asset-smenHiu lu-ixo-itorv Guaranty Fund
Acceptances and hills of exchange.......
xb on baud.
The afternoon service and night »er County U) >nn
vice were held in the High School |b>t ierritt,rY
Auditorium in - rder to accomodate the
The subject for 3:30 p-. tn. service
was “Using the Keys to the Kingdom
land Climbing Heavenward”—a dis-l
course that so far has reached that
In the Brazoria County bottoms,!
more than 300 families have been
brought to ah-ty The principal need
now is -ail to he for food and seed for i
State of Texas, County of Panola. S8:
I, J W (N oke, Cashier of the above named hank, d.
solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
J. W. COOKE, Cashier
P W. BAKER,
O, H BUTLER,
J. G. WOOLWORTH.
I Subscribed and Sworn *o
before me this llth day of
8 O. TURNER,
J (SEAL) .Votary Public.
WStuther conditions have improved,
summit of Eider Strong’s sermons in rai, U...... ,)a* r„ ...,ri
our city th simple ’explanation of ,y .,lhoU|sl| „w.re ar<. „ ,,.w ...,.|(onH
the acceptance of Christ, the ability wl(#rfc „ u,„„HMry tu detour .end
to enter tin kingdom in only one way, roa4a are improving in the Houston
througlt th- one door the Christ, and lerr|(4,r>
then to follow with the requisites of Krf,'1H;rf „owftv,.r( ,u)
a Christ-ll<-e-character buildng.j H Peter _________ _„__
1:3 7. •
At this hour Mr, jimerson sang "Old
fashioned Mother,” so greatly appre Th<. fuinu,ra ur„ uj| *hout thnafeb
*' plaui/ng cotton. » i
lie K o’-dm | Kid- i M. V i: , :WI,1 '.or Si * )
Surplus Fund __________________.......
Undivided profits, net____....____......
Individual Deposits, subject to check...
Time Certificates of Deposit..__________
Bills payable and Red-scours
TOTAL _____ _____
STATE OF TEXAS, Coutpy of Panola:
Wc, R P. Ash, as president, and J. H- Wooten, as casiii
of suid bank, < a< li of us, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of our kuowledge and belief.
R. P. AHII. President,
J, H. WOOTEN, Cashier.
idanl/ng cotton. •
Kl,‘"' .. ft, v R.- gu.n *•;.
Ktrong’s subject was “Chunks in the K|(l(
Wheel’’- i sermon lltat to Hie think-
! lug mind was proof enough that Christ
is Divine the Hon of God
J. M CARNES,
A A JORDAN,
Subscribed and swor..
. jJwfore me this 10th dij
4»,May. A D. 1922.
MRS T. E. ANDERSON
Notary Public,Panola Co T-,f
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•A MAN'S PRAVE"
fjjffimrmmatorfo ® i
There was a large crowd al Sunday -
. “r.r;rUFTHOOISTCHflflCHNOTfSl —■
The music, the singing, on Hiese o< ra)ut|v«, ,l(,r„ H0n,i„y( Mr and ,,,L 1 ,,uu,° 1 UIIUIIUII IIU l LU -, ,,ai,, mm iIih,, inhl„.
casiona was soul stirring, i he piano, ^ ^ Rrli|kley - hdur, 16 oun--*• one pou:
MISS EMMA ROSS ENTERTAINS.
Saturday night, May 13, Miss Emma
Ross was hostess to the Senior Class
and a few other guests A most en
Joyably-spent evening with games and
conversation as the diversion, followed
hy refreshments of ice cream' with
cake. When the time for homtvgoing
the majority of the young ladles stayed
and the night concluded u slumber
Misses Edna and Resale Mae Lacy
entertained the Senior Class Monday
night with a Candy Making. A most
enjoyable evening was passed by each
When a woman kills somebody and
is freed she has it great movie future.
Wonder what Arbuckle thinks about
When the summer breezes are felt
the hAts are not.
D£ OLE OMAN MOPPED
UP WID ME D»S 1AAWNIN’
EN DEN SAY SHE TMiU
WID ME , EN AHLL TELL
DE WORL' AH SUTNY
LOOKS LAK AH5 THU
Citium BtPTIST CMC!
Sunday was a great day at the
Central Baptist Church, with an in-
crease in attendance at the Sunday
School hour and everybody enthusias-
tic over the work. We feel sure that
great things will lie accomplished hy
our Sunday School, lad every mem
l»er of the church he present next Hun
day morning at the Sunday School
A beautiful arid impressive Mother's
Day program was given at the morn-
ing preaching hour, and everyone pres-
ent greatly enjoyed ihis service
Rentytuber the Little Sunbeams will
have something goad for you In a week
or two—he ready.
The Junior It Y, P. U. was short on
attendance Sunday evening; wonder
where the faithful "Juniors” were?
Alright, let's don't play "Hookle” any
more, let next Sunday find you in your
And the Seniors! Believe me! they
are doing things, an Increase in atten--
dance of over 50 per cent, hut listen
fellows, the young ladies had us beat
for numbers now come on— let's heal
them so had next Sunday that they'll
want to quit, what do you say?
We hope that every lady of the
church will line up with the W M U.
and render service for the Kingdom
In this branch of the church.
We wore glad to have with us Sun-
day Rev. R. A. Scranton, Field Secre-
tary for East and South East Texas
Let every member of the church
work and pray for the spirit to leud
us Into a great and glor lous harvest
of souls this year Let us all do more
for Christ this year than ever before.
fhe cornet, the violin, the mandolin,
tile extraordinary voice of Miss Wof-
ford. the splendid voice of the other
singers, and sweet children voices
were surely instruments to lead to bet-
ter thoughts, to seeing one’s Inner
self, to Christian living, to God like-
ness. Those who attended Die ser-
vices ure tin- only ones who can ap
predate the uplifting power of both
the gospel sermons and the songs
A few from here attended the May [
working itt Dead wood Monday.
L It. Spradley lias been sawing him-1
her this week.
Willie Spradley went to I lead wood
hy general delivery.
you Do Afot Afeed a
\\u lliivu .fnsl Ki'uuht*il—
Xuw sdlipiucul l
tilling 'ty -niMm) and .^2.1<
Solid ('nr ()al> I 'A Ini. mix,
—STILL KELLS Mill) TO T1IE DOLLAR
-LOME TO SEE I S,
The second Sunday In May, nation hundred cents one dollai
ally observed as "Moih*r’a Day” hy Help me so to live th
proclamation of President Harding, down at night with a clean t- ienra
land Governor Neff, was beautifully ob-1 (1(lhl|1|ttt#d Uy <)jf. 0. ,,m0 to
I served at -the M-uhodlst < hurdi on,
- whom I have brought pair
last Sunday, ,
I A,,vumo ,iud hen given of ,hnt 1 «**• m-d tick-
if they keep m. cutting .town our ar-1 »•" "P*"’"*' -wvli-e and the urgent In- *t on the square, and that, u earning
nr the next war will have to lie fought vltatlon to the old'-r mothers aud falls it I may "do utile other I would
- nrs of the community to he present have them do unto uie.”
was pleasingly accepted. The church Deafen mo to the Jlngle o? auite*
had unusual floral embellishment, lit money und the rustle of unltoiy skirls,
hotii bright flowers, representing the Blind me to the faults ot • other
living mothers, and In white flowers, fellow and reveal to mo my wr.
representing tin sweet mother spirits ^ Guide me so that each i *10 when
that had crossed over the river. | |<,(,k across the table at my wife
Hardly a person present hut paid who has been a blessing to 1 - l will
loving honor to his or h'-r mother by | have nothing to conceal,
the wearing of cither a white flower, Keep rnd young enough laugh
or flower of bright hue wttli little children and ytTi.sithotlc
Thu song service win particularly enough to he considerate of old ago,
appropriate to the occasion Aside when comes the day of darkened
from the cholral numbers, there were shades ami smell of flower the -read
two solos hy Miss Hedrick and Walter „f footsteps in the front y, 1, make
Flic, respectively, <a<h song extolling tie- ceremony short and the -pltapii
and glorifying mother. simple "Here lies a man " '-looted.
The discourse of the pastor, Rev.
Bell, Inspired one to greater rover-,
erne and respect for her whose un-
ceasing, unqucnching and everlasting
love Is rompsrahle only to the love of
the Heavenly Father for Ills children.
Holy was the service anil Happy the
heart of each present because of the
To Find the Carthage Supply Co.'* Store <
-ASK THE MAN
--WITH A LOADED WAOON.
MEETING OF 8WEET POTATO
There will be a meeting at the court
house Monday May 22nd at 2 o'clock,
to discuss co-operative marketing of
sweet-potatoes. All who are Interested
and can possibly spare the time are
urged to attend.
D M. POSTER,
rotinty Agt (cultural Agent
mother spirits that luivuiud near
AMERICAN LEGION MEETING.
Carthage Supply Co.
I'linoln County Cost fJn 363 Amer-
ican Legion will meet Thursday night
al 7:3o o’clock p. in. tst the nientlng
hull for the transaction ot several Im
portunt matters The temporary char
ter has been received and also the
LcglA badges, which will he distrib-
uted at the meeting l<«t evory mem-
ber he present as the program for
Memorial liny Services will he taken
Dlt. A M. RAKER,
. H t LONG
The sweetness of low price never
equals the bitterness of lew quality.
Let the Watchman print your statlur
ery, and you won't HAVE to apologize
for Its quality.
PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN ~
-v Cap List*
The Mossy Fop makes its- Anton
Mils! feel Pretty Cheap for Barking
hi* <ur \VA"il>*. he \M!--iiioh||
1 ■ 1 , mil raOisjltack the (kip
will imwiI him to tlV ll’en tor Life.
II" - rii.mkful w-- be Umf Bhl*
Towzi has no R-i"y Cof
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Park, R. M. The Panola Watchman (Carthage, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 33, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 17, 1922, newspaper, May 17, 1922; Carthage, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth973630/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sammy Brown Library.