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Notes from Flat Shoals.
Flat Shoals, May 9.-Special: The
farmers of this section seem to he
getting along well with their work.
John Whitehead ls confined to his
bed with an attack of typhoid fever.
His many friends hope for his early
restoration to health.
Sam and Joe Cowan made a busi
ness trip to Richland recently.
.Misses Lula, Cornelia and Hattie
Orr, of the Ricket Post section, were
recent guests of Misses Ina and Ova
lyne Cowan.
Eugene and Hicks Grogan, of Oak
way, spent several days last week
among relatives here.
Miss Alice Cowan spent tho past
week-end with her grandparents,Mr.
and Mrs. George Orr.
Little Willie Cowan is suffering
with a bad arm. It is feared that the
bono may be fractured. His many
friends hope that he may soon be
relieved of tho severe pain that be
ls now constantly suffering.
Mr. uni Mrs. C. W. RreWor are
entertaining a little daughter at
their home.
Wade IT. Armstrong, of near Rich
land, was among friends in this sec
tion last week.
Curd of Thanks.
Editor Keowee Courier:
1 desire through your columns to
express my deep appreciation of the
many deeds of kindness and for the
sympathy and interest shown me and
members of my family during tito
recent illness and at tho death of
my dear wife. May God's richest
blessings come to and abide with a1'
these good friends is the sincere wish
of W. H. Burton.
Walhalla. Rt. 3, May 4,-adv.*
Statement of the Condition of
T1II0 CITIZENS' HANK,
located at Seneca, S. C., at the close
of business April 2S, 1921:
Resources
Loans and discounts ..$62S977 70
Overdrafts. 618 00
Bonds and stocks owned
by tho bank . 9109 47
Furniture and fixtures. 1 00
Banking house. 10000 00
Duo from hanks and
bankers. 63398 12
Currency . 13900 00
Gold. 4 07 5 0
Silver and other minor
coin. 1290 67
Total.$727??? 1?
Liabilities
Capital stock paid in..$ 50000 00
Surplus fund . 25000 00
Undivided prolits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid . 15(561 62
Duo to banks and
bankers . 405 3 11
Dividends unpaid .... 20 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check . 387265 43 j
Time certificates of de
posit . 151838 49
Cashier's checks. 502 Rs
Notes and bill? redi. .
counted . 10000 0(1
i>i?!:? payable. Includ
ing certificates for
money borrowed . . 850 .. 90
Reserve fund carried
on general individ
ual or savings ledger 2000 00
Total.$727603 40
State of South Carolina, County of
Oconee.-Before mo came Sydney
Bruce, Cashier of the above named
bank, who. being duly sworn, says
that tho above and foregoing state
ment is a true condition of said bank,
as shown by the books of said bnnk.
SYDNEY BRUCE.
Sworn lo and subscribed beforo me
this 6th day of May, 1921.
(Seal) W. T. EDWARDS,
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct-Attest:
W. E. AUSTIN,
S. N. HUGHS.
W. J. LUNNEY,
Directors.
Statement of the Condition of
THE WESTMINSTER HANK,
located at Westminster, S. C., at tho
close of business April 28, 1921:
Resources
Loans and discounts... $688792 28
Overdrafts . NONE
Bonds and stocks owned
by tho bank. 13800 00
Furniture and fixtures.. 750 00
Banking house. 5000 00
Due from banks and
bankers. 50286 l l
Currency. 4 3 27 00
Gold . 1 15 00
Silver and other minor
coin. 3320 50
Checks and cash items.. 743 96
Exchanges for the clear
ing house. 750 38
Total.$71?788T> 2?
Liabilities
Capital stock paid in ..$100000 00
Surplus fund. 25000 00
Undivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid. 37 120 7S
Dividends unpaid. 85 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check. 1S577 1 57
Time certificates of do
posit . 299SS7 7 3
Cashier's checks . 1362 35
Notos and Iii Hs redis
counted . 81886 45
H?ls payable, including
certificates for money
borrowed . 60500 0 0
Reserve fund carried on
General Individual or
Savings Ledger . 5971 38
Total .$7I)7HK5 2?
State of South Carolina, County of
Oconee.-Bofore mo canto Jas. R.
Sullivan, Cashier of the abovo
named bank, who, being duly sworn,
snyB that tho abovo and foregoing
statement ls a truo condition of said
bank, as shown by the books of said
bank. JAS. R. SULLIVAN.
Sworn to and subscribed bofore mo
this 5th day of May, 1921.
(Seal.) A. B. STEWART,
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct-A Host:
T. PEDEN ANDERSON,
FRANK IL SHIRLEY,
M. S. STRIPLING,
Directors.
MAY WILL BE BARGAIN MONTH AT
THE BUSY
HIVE.
Big Stock
Good Assortment
Reasonable Prices
Many special cut prices in effect for the month
of May. Prices that will appeal to the thrifty
shoppers of Seneca and Oconee County. Short
profit makes fast selling and a constant flow of
fresh goods which we continuously mark at
the lowest prices.
Standard-Designer
Patterns and
Publications
Items of Interest to Both Men and Women. Read Every Item Carefully.
Many Other Good Things on Display.
FINK DRESS CHEVIOTS, 12)?c.
Full fast color Cheviots for la
dles' and children's Dresses, Hoys'
Waists, etc. Special May Salo
pi-tco-Ber Yard
12V2C.
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCING, 25c.
17-inch Flouncing, neatly em
broidered on Fancy Quality Nain
sook-Yard
oe?
coli
SILK SPECIALS.
Yard-wide Chillon Taffeta Silk,
in Black and Navy Blue-$2.00
values. May Sale price;-Yard
$1.48
30-1NCH SUS KA NA SILK.
30-inch Suakana Silk Faille Silk
Poplin-?most all wanted colors
Yard
85c.
SPRING CORSETS.
College Girl and Princess Cor
sets Just received and marked at
new low prices.
Medium Rust Corset, mado of
Oood Quality dean, front lace,with
good length over hips and back.
Same quality that has been sell
ing at $2.00. PRICED NOW
93c.
Low Rust Pink Coutil Corset
with low dasi ir Hand Top. Heavy
Ci.is(e He-,,. Supporters imitable
foi Misses and Small Women. Spe
cial-- -
^113 5
Heavy Brocado Pink Material,
stylo suitable for average figure.
Plain Elastic Hand Top, Heavy
Pink Hose Supportera. Special
?pill U
GOOD LACKS, 5c. YARD.
Pretty Val, Round Thread or
Imitation Linon Torchon Laces or
Insertion, back to old-time prices.
Yard
5c.
NEW YOI LKS.
Just received some New Pat
terns in Colored Voiles for Spring
and Summer Drosses. Dainty new
tlgures on various dark grounds.
YARD
15c,
LADIES' LACE OXFORDS, $2.1)5.
Ladies' High Grade Black or
Rrown Vlei Oxford Ties, medium
English Toe, Military I Und, guar
anteed Soles and counters. Spe
cially priced at. PAIR
AX!) UP TO 85c.
$2,95
SILK II OS IO SPECIALS,
85c. PAIR.
Ladies' Pure Thread Silk Hose,
in Black, White and Brown. Full
Fashioned with Mock Seam and
Double Heels and Toes, .lust re
ceived as speeial, at Per Pair
85c.
JOB LOT SHOKS, 1)He. PAIR.
Ladies' Small Size Block Ox
fords-1 y?, 3 J? and d's. Ladles1
White Oxfords, Ladies' Canvas
High Lace Hoots and Shoos-most
all sizes. Values up to $3.50. Your
choice, Pair
98c,
MEN'S SHIRTS, ?5c.
Men's Blue Bell Chambray or
Heavy Cheviot Work Shirts-all
standard quality-havo sold as
high as $1.00. For May Bargain
Sale-Choleo Each
S5c.
MEN'S OVERALLS? $1.00.
Men's Nunnally, Engineer, stan
dard Union-made Overalls-havo
been as high as $2.70 pair. For
month of May, all sizes in stock
PAIR
MEN'S MADRAS SHIRTS, $1.50 i
Men's Medium and Wide Stripe
Fancy Madras Shirts. Choice of
any $3.00 Shir'., at
$1.50
MEN'S SILK SHIRTS, $3.85.
Men's stripe Pongee Shirts-a
Soft-, Durable, Fast-color Fabric.
Special for May-Choice
$3,85
CHOICE FANCY SILK SHIRTS
PERCALES, 15c. YARD.
Full 3?-ineh Percales, in Light
and Dark Grounds, for Dressest
Shirts, Shirtwiyists, etc. Special
May Price--Yard
IDC.
REST CHEVIOTS, 12??e. YARD.
Southern Sed, Riverside Grado
Best Shirting and Romper Chev
iots on tho market. Special May
Sale Price-Yard
$2.50
LADIES' MERCERIZED HOSE,
35c.
Ladles' Fine Mercerized Hose,
in colors Gray, Brown, Navy and
White or Black. PAIR
35c.
3?- INCH BI iE ACH ING,
10c. YARD.
Good Quality 30-inch Blenched
Domestic-the lirst in several sea
sons at-Yard
10c.
OIL COLOR CALICOES,
10c. YARD.
Solid Color and Fancy Ground
Ol" '""olor Calicoes, at, Yard
10c.
ci nn
?r? i lOvi
MEN'S
Men's
wit hour.
DRESS SH ?HTS, 75c.
Heavy Pocrnlo Shirt;-,
collars, some darb
grounds, somo light grounds with
assorted stripes. All sizes, 14 to
iO M. May Bargain Price, Each
I Obi
TOWELS, 15c.
18x30-inch Bleached and Hem
med Huck or Turkish Hath Tow
els, at Each
15c.
Tl-AV Y SH HISTING, 7 J6c,
I &vyy ?MMnch Brown Sheeting,
ti I . div Imperfect Dom oil stain?).
Tr price oil this grado was ft?<
per yard. Special May .Sale Price,
YARD
i -/2C.
121/2C
ME XS' MA DBAS UNION SUITS,
75e.
Men's Woven Stripe Union
Suits, eut extra full and roomy,
ami well made. Slightly imper
fect, of $1.25 grade. Special Value
at-Suit
75c.
MEN'S CHECKED NAINSOOK
UNION SUITS, 05c.
Mon's woll ma ?bi Checked Nain
sook Union Suits, full cut, well
mado-Per Suit
65c.
MEN'S FINE COUNT UNION
SUITS, $1.00.
Men's High Grado Athletic
Suits. Special Values at-Suit
$1.00
LADIES' VESTS, 10c.
Ladies' Full Size Elastic Ribbed
Summer Vests - Double Taped
Sleeves and Neck. As good as the
best you can get-at, Each
10c.
MEN'S LIGHT-WEIGHT
st 'ts $o.r:-?.
About. 2t Suits, Palm Beach,
Cool Cloth, otc.-sizes up Ul '.W.
Those wore carried over from pre
vious season and wore priced up
to $12.50 per suit. Special May
Sale Price-Suit
$8.75
BOYS' SUITS.
Roys' Short Pants Suits, In
Rrown Mixed Cassimorcs and RIuo
Serges. Sizes ft to 18. Suit
$4.75 TO $15.00
The Bee Hive,
J. E. HARPER, Prop.
"Sells for CasrT "Sells 'Em for Less
MEN'S PALM BEACH SUITS,
$13.50.
Our Franco Tailored Palm
Reach Suits are now reidy for in
spection-Cray, Green ami Palm
Beach Colors. Tho Ideal *;?v!:;g
ami .summer Suit
$13.50
LADIES SEPARATE SKIRTS
FOR SPBIXG WEAR.
Accordion or Dux Pleated Skirts
of All-Wool Panama or French
Sorgo, very neatly tailored. Col
ors Navy, Black or Tan. At, Each
$5.75
LADIES' PLAIN TAILORED
SKIRTS, $5.75.
Plain Tailored Skirts of All
Men's Weave Sorgo, two pockets
ami belt of samo material. Col
ors Black and Navy only
$5.75
ALI J?WOOL SKIRTS, S3.B0.
Pleated or Plain Tailored All
Wool Separate Skirts at Each
$3.50
ROYS' AND YOUNG MEN'S
LONG PANTS SUITS.
Just received a Special Lino of
Roys' and Young Mon's liong
Pants, threo-pioco Suits, sizes 10
to 20 years or 32 to 30 breast
measure. All-Wool Fancy Coast
m "re, developed to ??ult tho flust
long trousered boys. Priced
vfie r>r\ TO fio rn
4' I W. ell <p i ?./c?o
LABIES OA FORDS, $2,20.
Ladles' Medium Too and Hool
RIack Vlei Oxfords. Good wearing
qualities. All sizes, 3 to 8, ut
PAIR
on oe
MISSES' PUMPS, $2.05.
Ladies' or Missen' Low Roel
Vic! Pumps, pretty grado Vlei,
Leather Soles and Counters. Pair
00 cc
?P&.U?
GIRLS' ANKLE STRAP
OXFORDS, $2.25.
Rig Giris' Mary Juno Rlack Vic!
Oxfords, Loather Soles and Coun
ters. Guaranteed. Special Price
Pair
$2.25
Statement of tho Condition of
THU WESTMINSTER LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY,
located at Westminster, S. C., at tho
close of business April 2 8, 1921:
Resources
Loans and discounts . . .$250039 ?l
Overdrafts . 103 98
Bonds, Liberty Bonds
and stocks owned by
tho bank. 13800 00
Furniture and fixtures.. 2000 00
Duo from banks and
bankers . 07173 90
Currency. 2712 00
Cold . 1247 50
Silver and other minor
coin. 509 19
Checks and cash items. . 170 93
Total.$;*:*78I7 Ol
Liabilities
Capital stock paid in ..$ 20000 00
Surplus fund. 10000 00
Undivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid .. . 1 1 132 07
Due to hanks and bank
ers . 82 IS
Dividends unpaid .... 2j 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check . 180703 59
Time certificates of de
posit . 115781 31
Cashier's checks . 97 8 0
Total .$:i?7H17 Ol
State of South Carolina, County of
Oconoe.-Before ino came 10. Zim
merman. Cashier of the above named
bank, who, being duly sworn, says
that the above and foregoing state
ment is a true, condition of said bank
as shown by tho books of said bank.
E. ZIMMERMAN.
Sworn to and subscribed boforo mo
this 4th dav of May. 1921.
(Seal.) A. B. STEWART.
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct-Attost:
E. W. CANNON,
B, M. ENGLAND,
J. D. HULL,
Directors.
Statement of the Condition of
THE BANK OF WEST UNION,
located at West Union, S. C., at the
close of business April 2 8, 1921:
Resources
Loans and discounts 87304 97
Overdrafts . 190 80
Furniture and fixtures. . 2347 41
Duo from banks and
hankers . 179 13 30
Currency. 14 90 00
Cold . 40 00
Silvor and other minor
1 coin. 337 33
Checks and cash items. 294< 7 0
Total.$10001? 57
Liabilities
Capital stock paid in..$ 200^10 00
Undivided profits, less
I current expenses and
taxes paid . 2825 84
?Due to banks and bank
ers . 271 2 i
Individual deposits sub
' ject to check . 56854 1 ;>
Time certificates of do
posit . 28I0O 00
Cashier's checks . 1;">97 34
Total .100048 57
Slate of South Carolina, County of
Oconoe.-Before mo came John F.
Craig, Cashier of the above named
bank, who, being duly sworn, says
that the above and foregoing state
ment is a true condition of said hank
as shown l>v the books of said bank.
JOHN F. CHA Ki.
Sworn i and subscribed before
me this 6th day of May, 1921.
(Seal) ERR13TT ZIMMERMAN,
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct - Attest :
JA MKS PHTNNEY,
MACK NEVILLE,
E. P. HUTCHISON,
_Directors.
Sugar refining was Invented in
Antwerp In tho sixteenth century.
Tho high cost of dross material?
has caused Quoon Mary and many ol
tho ladio8 of tho court in England tc
wear second-hand gowns.
Statement of the Condition of
THE ENTERPRISE BANK,
located at Walhalla, S. C., at the |
close of business April 28, 1921:
Besources
Loans and discounts. .. $297740 94
Overdrafts. 25 24 92
Bonds and stocks owned
by tho bank . 280 00
Furnitur? and fixtures .. 1000 00
i Duo fro \ banks and
bankort. . 1f>8G8 75 j
Currency . 6585 00 |
Hold. 1401 00
Silver and other minor
coin . 1873 45 j
Checks and cash items.. 8S4 69;
Liberty Bonds owned by
the bank . 8052 56 1
_, i
Total .$?.10217 ?1 I
Liabilities
Captlal stock paid in...$ 20000 00
Surplus fund . 5000 00
Undivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid . 207 7 :i 5 2
Individual deposits sub
ject to check. 166256 fi.'l
Timo certificates of de
posit . 124035 I'.O
Cashier's checks . 151 8(1
Total .$??0217 ?tl
Stato of South Carolina, County of
Ooo nco.-Beforo mo carno Ceo. Sen
? born, Cashier of tho abovo named
bank, who, being duly sworn, says
I that the above and foregoing State
! nient Is a truo condition of said
\ bank, as shown by the books of said
bank. ORO. SEABORN, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed boforo me
this Hb day of Mav. 1921.
(Seal) W. J. SCHRODER,
Correct-Attost: C. C. H.
A. P. CRISP,
R. L. HKRNDON,
W. F. HUGHES,
Directora.
An infant In Qulnoa ls usually
buried in sand up to its waist when
ever the mothor ls busy, and this is
tho only cradle it over knows.
Statement of the Condition of
THE HANK OF WALHALLA,
located at Walhalla, S. C., at tho close
of business April 28, 1921:
Resources
Loans and discounts ...$453518 82
Overdrafts . 27G9 17
Honda and stocks owned
by the bank. 1307 3 63
Furniture and fixtures.. 1830 60
Hanking house. 15 00 00
Due from banks and
bankers . 105 200 68
Currency . 12037 00
Cold . 165 00
Silver and other minor
coin . 1 130 6 1
Chocks and cash items. . 323 00
Total.$51>15 t8 54
Llq/billtles
Capital stock paid ln...$ 50000 00
Surplus fund . 12500 00
Undivided profits, less
current, expenses and
taxes paid . 48922 05
Due to banks and bank
ers . 260 22
Individual deposits sub
ject to check . 1S16 2 3 8:}
Demand certificates of
deposit . 204 1 71
Time certificates of de
posit . 2S7967 72
Reserve fund carried on
general Individual or
savings lodgor. 82 33 01
Total.$1*01548 5 1
State of South Carolina, County of
. Oconee.-Before me came W. L.
? Vernor, Cashier of the above named
! Hank, who, being duly sworn, says
that tho above and foregoing stato
I mont is a truo condition of sold
Bank, as shown by the bookM of said
bank. W. L. VERNER.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 6th day of May, 1921.
(Seal) W. D. MOSS,
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct-Attest:
J. W. BELL,
J. W. SHELOR,
J. D. VERNER,
Dlroctors.
Statement of the Condition of
THE SENECA RANK,
located at Seneca, S. C., at tho close
of business April 28, 1921:
Resources
Loans and discounts... $566253 93
Overdrafts . 2771' 53
Furniture and fixtures.. 1400 00
Banking house. 2600 00
Othor real estate owned. ?500 00
Due from banks and
bankers . 65683 71
Currency . 148 16 00
Cold. 717 50
Silver and othor minor
coln . 673 70
Checks and cash Items.. 1 69 00
Other resources, viz.:
Victory Bonds. 33950 00
3d Liberty Bonds. . . 1 4 00 00
4th Liberty Bonds . . 1000 00
Total.fldO'?oot :*7
I/labilities
Capital stock paid In. . . . $ 20400 00
Surplus fund . 10200 00
Undivided profits, less
current expenses and
taxes paid. 21798 95
Duo to banks and bank
ers . 164 3 86
Individual deposits sub
ject to chock. 4(58 374-30
Time certificates of de
posit. 17 0561 03
Cashier's checks. 985 7.3
Total.$003001 ?7
Stnto of South Carolina, County of
Oconeo.-Before me carno P, S. Hol
leman, Cashier of tho above named
bank, who. being duly sworn, says
that tho abovo and foregoing state
ment ls a true condition of said
bank, as shown by tho books of said
bank. F. S. HOLLEMAN.
Sworn to and subscribed boforo mo
this 4th day of May, 1921.
(Seal.) J. E. HOPKINS,
Notary Public for S. C.
Correct-Attest:
E. C. DOYLE,
J. F. ALEXANDER,
J. S. STRIBL.INO,
Directors.

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