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SI MMY GOLF FLAYING
NOT AG AINST S i ATE LAW
Judue Wilson I ploitls 3F?iiristrate's
Decision That Scotch Game is
"Not Under Sabbath Ban.
Spartanburg. Nov. 24?Judge John
S. Wilson, in the cour of general sessions
today ruled uat golf playing on
Sunday is not a violation of section
700 of the code, and sustained Magistrate
Corry's decision of a few months
ago in d'smissins: charges brought
against Richard F. Ferguson and J. H.
White, members of the local Country
o.n b, v no were -^'leged to o? violating
the code by plaving golf on Sunday. An
appeal from Magistrate Corry's interpretation
of the law was taken by Solicitor
A. E. Hill, in order that the
print might be decided by the circuit
The section of he code under which
the cases against the club members
were brought sets forth a number of
garn^s aid ragtimes which
may net be played publicly on Sunday.
The magistrate held that golf was not
included ,-n the list of games, and that
the statute did not cover the playing
of golf on Sunday. After arguments
in tne case today, .incise u nson upneia
the magistrate in this decision.
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this splendid almanac for 1918 should
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Tair't Change Location of Banks.
Washington, Nov. 23.?Attorney General
Gregary has given an opinion to
"PrPQirtfint Wilcnrt thnf flip fp^pral rp
serve board "has no authority to reduce
the number cf reserve banks or
to change the location of reserve
The average man practices economy
in his life, when the supply of life is
(iATHER IN l.MON j
Mrs, .!. L. MeWliirter >f Jonesville
Meads I. I). C.?Busy Day at ( lose.
Aiken, Nov. 19?Selecting Union }
for the meeting place of the 1916 con-!
venUon and electing Airs. J. L. Mc- j
Whirter of Jonesville president for the ,
next year the 19th annual convention
of t"he South Carolina division, United !
Daughters of the Confederacy, ended '
tonight with a brilliant reception at j
the Titanian hall.
The election of officers came at the
close of a busy day during which the
convention was in continuous ses
sion, broken only by a luncheon served
at 1 o'clock. The newly elected officers
were installed following the
election. Mi?s Alice M. Earle of Columbia.
the retiring president, turning the
rgavel over to Mrs. iVcWhirter.
'Other officers elected were: Mrs.
John Cart. Orangeburg, first \ice president;
Miss Mary .Yilliams. York, second
vice . president: Mrs. A. G. Sin'clair,
Bennettsville, third vice presi
dent; Mi-6 Birdie Smith, Greer, fourth
vice president; Mrs. James W. Mixson,
Vnion, reelected, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Walter Duncan, Aiken, recording
secretary; Mrs. W. H. Cely,
Greenville treasurer; Mrs. McC PatTick,
Anderson, reelected, historian;
Mrs. T. R. Trimmier, Spartanburg,
registrar; Mrs. Mallie Perry, Lancaster,
recorder of crosses; Mrs. Anna C
Ancrum, Camden, auditor.
Miss Mary Poppenheim of Charleston
was nominated for president gen
eral of the general division. United
Daughters cf the Confederacy, in
1916. At resolution indorsing Mis?
Poppenheim was adopted with parked
enthusiasm and a rising <Tote.
Spartanburg, through Mrs. Pike,
invited the State division to meet
there next year, the invitation being
withdrawn in favor of Union when
telegrams began pouring in to Mrs. j
Stepp of the city, who extenned Union's
invitation, from the city officials
The State division. United Daughters
of the Confederacy, adopted a I
resolution today agreeing to lend its j
efforts toward the establishment j
Throughout the State of camps of
Ynited Sons of Confederate Veterans.
This afternoon the children of
Joseph Wheeler children's chapter
vntertained the convention for an
"hour with recitations and songs and
Miss Prances Pemberton. State chairman
of the children's chapters, read
her annual report.
China that ar
"Tempest" of e
?\ 1r<-i kif tin tk t
inaivc a mi vrnu v
and be convinced,
and saucer, full
beautiful gold bo]
of cup and edge
no more than inf<
See me bef
Mayes' Book &
The House of a 1
Report of tie Condition of the Peo
the State of Sooth Carolina, at the C
Loans and discounts (notes held in b
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circula
| Stocko, other than Federa I Reserve ba
| Subscription to stock of Federal Reser
T.occ amnnnf iinnniri . . .
Furniture and fixtures
Other real estate owned
Due from Federal Reserve bank
Due from approved reserve agents in
cago and St. Louis
j Due from banks and bankers (not rese
j Checks on banks in same city or town;
i Outside checks and other cash items.
| Fractional currency, nickels and cent
| Notes of other national banks
Federal reserve notes
! Lawful rnonev reserve in bank:
Total coin and certificates
Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer
per cent, on circulation)
Capital stock paid in
Less current expenses, interest an
J Circulating notes
; Due to banks and bankers (other tha:
banks and approved reserve ageni
I Dividends nrmairi
Individual deposits subject to checl
Cashier's checks outstanding
'Total demand deposits
Other time deposits
Total of time deposits
| State of South Carolina, County of N
I, R. T. Pugh, cashier of the aP
that the above statement is true to ti
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 20th day of Nov., 1915.
E. W. Werts,
Cures Ola Seres, Other Remedies Won't Tiire.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing.
are cured bv fhe wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. Jr. relieves j
->a:a and Heals at the "Jam* time. 25<\ 50c.$l.(M i
dies and Suit
t in China
ouses a perfect
m never fails to
he ladie's. See it
Thin china cup
size light china
rder around top
of saucer. Cost
pie's National Bank, at Prosperity, in
lose of Business Nov. 10, 1915:
R ES. !
tion (par value) 6,250.00
nnk stock 4,235.00
ve bank $1,800.00
New York, Chi
rve agents) 39,724.55
as reporting bank 604.62
5 31.28 348.48
(not more than 5
d taxes paid 1,512.27 2,128.69
q Federal Reserve
19K 444 fH?
ore named bank, do solemnly swear
ihe best of my knowledge and belief.
R. T. Pugh, Cashier.
J. A. C. Kibler,
T. A. Dominick,
t\\\ W. Wheeler,
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CCan't Ship Booze in Coffins.
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| and Frank Fox, its shipping clerk,
were found guilty in United States
court today of shipping liquor into ad- f
| joining states without properly brand- ^
ing the packages on th eoutside.