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some Things You Know and Some
You DOL Know About Our
Towns, County & People
Miss Mary Lewis is visiting in
. Mrs. N. E. Thornley is visit
ig in Anderson.
Miss Marrie Folger visited in
Greenville this week.
Miss Lucia Folger is at
Ceasar's Head this week.
Capt. W. T. Jeanes spent
several days in Atlanta last
Mr. J. F. Freeman of Taylors
was in the city last iveek on
business. -
There seems to be . almost an
epidemic of dysehtery around
Mrs. Sidney Ferguson,of Ches
ter, visited Mrs. W. B. Freeman
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Davie 6f liovery
Branch, Ga. were guests of Mr.
B. F. 'Parsons last wbek.
Messrs. Hal T. Boggs: aiid
Eugene Anderson, of Clemson,
were in the city Monday..
FOR SALE-Several fresh
milk cows. J. M. Garrett,
3t11 Pickens, S. C., R. 2,
Miss Helen Bozg was the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. Lee
Carpenter in Greenville last
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Parsons,
of Flowery Branch, Gd., are on
a visit to the former's father Mr:
B. F. Parsons. :*.
The friends of Miss Nellie
Freeman will regret tod.earHef
her illness and hope for her a
speedy recovery.
The many friends o1 Mic
Hagood Bruce will regret to hear
of his sickness and wish for him
an early recovery.
Miss Buffle Moss, of Green
ville, spent the week-end with
her sister, MissAftide Moss,
and Mrs. B. Leivis.
Mrs. Richaid Jennings, from
Greenville,~js spending her va
c * it-h her parents Mr. and
rs. . Griffin.
Mrs. J. N. Morgan and two
children of Central,. have been
visiting relatives and friends in
the city the past week.
Miss Charlotte Smith and
Mrs. G. W. Laboon of Ander
son were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Smith last week.
Mrs. W. T. McFall has pur
chased a handsome four pas
senger Mitchell .auto; efrom
Folger, Thornley & Co.
Mr. A. K. Edens one of the
s ibstantial citizes -from the
OOlenoy sectiong 3vas. in town
last Friday on business.
The many friends of Hon. J.
E. Boggs will be glad to know
that he is able to take buggy(
rides and that he is improving.C
Mr. --Gillespie with his
,family have moved here from
Greenville. He will have charge
of the machinery of the Pickens
Oil Mill.
Messers. T. R. Allen, R. E.
Lewis, J. E. Parsons and C. M.
Bowenk spent two days last week
on the headwaters of Saluda
river fishing.
Rev. J. D. Moore, secretary s
of the Baptist Sunday school
work in this State. conducted (
a Sunday school institute at the
mill church last week. t
Miss Ora McFall is entertain- r
ing a house party this week and
have as her guests Miss Floyd s
of Woodruff. *\'iss Britton of r
Kingstree and Miss Moore of 1
Mr. Henry W. Farr is an- I
nounced this week for County C
treasurer. He is no stranger to
our readers as he has servedl in s
this office before. -If elected he
will doubtless make ane cenC
officer. -
Mr.. Loton Turner of WVash
ington, 1). C.. was in.. the .cit.
last week among his fonner ae
quaintances- He is a nfative o?
Greenville county bun is ndw in1
the treasurv department atp
Washington. .-. ..
Mrs. WV. E. Stephens. who was
carriedt~\ to the hospital in Grecen -
ville about three weeks ago to
a noperation and for
has returned home
:oved in health, to the
her many' friends.
.: . J. Mauldin, Miss
Bowen~and-\Mrs, tE.4
-.were guests 'oV the
li a~rh r. U . terJ) o
was held with Mrs.
Johnson, who proved herself a
charming hostess.
The protracted meeting at the
Baptist church closed last Sun
day. There were no additions
but the church was greatly
benefited by the helpful and u
lifting simple gospel mjessages
delivered from day to day by
Rev. W. E. Wilkins.
Attention is called to the half
page ad of Ayers of Greenville.
This is one of the leading mil
linery establishments of the
upper part of the state and carrv
a very large lin& of goods. We
advise oar readers to call on
them and give them a trial.
The "Camp" has been a very
)opular place for several days.
A member of the party or band
says that the head man is Seth
Smith and -the others are his
?ons and daughters and sons-in
law, daughters-in-law and
grand-children They hail from
Chicago but come South each
winter with stock to trade.
Prof. J. W. Ballentine has
carpenters at work repairing
nd improving the rEsidence he
-ecently bought from Mrs. R.
-S. Latimer on Hampton avenue.
As spon as_ it is completed he
will occupy it. The Pickens
people will be glad to know that
Prof. Ballentine and his esti
mable wife are to become fix
tures in Pickens.
Several Pickenites left Mon
day and Tuesday for Atlanta to
be present at the marriage of
Mr. G. R. Hendricks and Miss
Bessie Patridge which took
lace Wednesday evening.
Among' those who attended
from here were Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Partridge. Miss Mattie Finley,
FnrrhirMoiris and others.
Mr. Alfred Taylor..of Taylors,
ate of Capt. J. T. Taylor of
bis.place, celebrated his 89th,
~it~da'y onthe 19th inst. For
everal ^years he has observed
iis birthday with a family re
nion and the occasions are al
ays made happy and joyous.
e is vigorous and quie active
cr his age.
Hon. George S. Legare and
imily reached Pickens last
eek for the Suminer. Mr.
egare has a home here whlure t
e spends the hot months and
ew will rest and recuperate a
aw weeks before entering upon
is campaign. He is opposed
or re-election by Mr. Leon ~
arisy but feels very confident
f being re-nominated at the
oproaching primary.
The Pickens County D~emo-1
2ratic Executive Committee is
~alled to meet in the' Court
ouse, at Pickens, S. C., July1
1st 1912 at 11 o'clock A. M.
very member is urged to be
present as there is much im
poitant business to come before
he body.
By order of-(
J. T. Richey,
The Sunday School at Peters y
~reek church will observe r
1hildrefs day the, second Sun- t
ay in July. An interesting i
)rogram has been prepared and e
peakers invited and a profitable L
nd enjoyable day is anticipat- a
. The public is cordially in- y
ited to attend and brning well a
lled baskets.
The infant of Mr. and Mrs- li. '
.Henderson who live twot
Qiles out, and near T welve Milet
iver died last Sunday after S
everal days illness of (dysenlter '
'he interment was at the Baker
~emetery the (lay following.
4r. and Mrs. Hendlerson have il
e tender sympathy of the ir h
iany friends in their sorrow. s
Supervisor Craig expertis to
top the grumbliing about. good
oads. He has another gaso
ne engine about half the size a
fthe one they bought last
reek which he expects to put
n the roads. It looks to be&
bout a 40 or 50 horse power and
hould pull two scrapes nicely
rhis one is made by an (Ohio
mern. If these gasoline en
neslC proves to be SUccess fl
Td diurable they wvill solvet
e road prol em and will be the I
e~t invesuuetnt that the couo- t
tegQuld make.
Mrs. T. R. Allen Entertains 1t
in honor of her moethtr. airu-.
1. Allen. of Piedm i. Th
iv afternoon.
he reception hall and lar~
porch were prettily d-co ra adl fr
l occasion. An ice~ cone
as served duritig the afteru in
'I-Aboutia doenl'adiesy.i d
Stores Close July 4th.
We, the undersigned mer
chants and banks of Picken.
hereby agree to close our storez
Thursday, July 4th, 1912.
Keowee Bank
Folger, Thornley & Co.
T. D. Harris
Parsons & Ashmore
I. B. Waldrop
W. B. Brezeale
Heath, Bruce. Morrow Co.
Pickens Hldw. & Gro. Co.
Craig Bros. Co.
Pickens Bank.
A Card of Thanks.
1 desire to express my sincere
appreciation and gratitude
J e many kind friends for their
nany acts of kindness and ex
Iressions of sympathy in the
recent sickness and death of my
Thomas G. Chikds.
Mr. Nelson Smith Dead.
Mr. Nelson Smith who lived
tear this place died on the 18th
nst., from an illuess of several
eeks. He was an old confeder
te soldier and one of the best
itizens of the county. Helived
o a good age being at the time
f his death 76 years old and
uring all these long years won
he friendship and esteem of all
who knew him. He is survived
)y his wife and one son. The
uineral and interment was held
it Tabor Methodist church the
lay following his death.
,arge Crowd at Secona Singing
The all day singing at Secona
ast Sunday drew one of the
rgest crowds seen at that
hurch in mjany days. The
nusic was very uplifting and
nspiring and this was led and
articipated in by some of the
)est singers in the county, One
f the most important features
f the day was the addresses
hich was made by Mr. J. C.
~arrett and Hon. E. P. Mc
~rvey. The former spoke
ricipaly for the Six Mile
cademy, of which he is fi
anial agent, and it is said to
iave been good. Mr. Garret
on his way into many hearts
r this worthy institution.
r. McCravey also made an ex
'ellent address some what along
e same line, education.
Mr. H. J. McGee Hurt.
Mr. H. J. McGee formerly
'ashier of the Farmer's Bank of
entral, but r.ow with the
;outheastern Life Insurance Co.
~.as severely hurt in Greenville
ast Friday by train No. 40.
prom The Greenville News of
aturday the following is taken:
"Mr. Horace J. McGee. a well
nown insurance man of Ander
on had a miraculous escape
on death yesterday afternoon
ate when he was struck by pas
ger train No' 40 at the South
n depot in this city. Mr. Mc
lee, who is general manager
or the Southeastern Life. Insur
nce Co. in the en y of Anderson
Lad been in Greenville on bunsi
ess and was at the depot to
ake the gas-electric car back o
is heme when the accident oe
rred. He placed his grip cn
oard the car and walking
round some other cars ivhich
cr on the track he stepped
iretly in front of No. 40 which
due here at 6:50 o'clock,
-hich was coming into the sta
n on the main line. The fact
'tat the train was running
owly was all that saved Mr.
leGe's life, lie was thrown
verlal feet by the "cow
Ltcher" of the engine, receiv
g serious injuries. HI-s left
nd and left foot were con
derably mangled and a gash
t in his left side."
Mr. McGee has many friends
Sthis county who regret the
cident but are glad it was no
Ir. John F. Harris Entertains
The attractive residence of
ir. John F. Harris, on Cedar
:Ock street. was the scene of
a festivitiles Wednesday eve
ing, when Mr. Harris enter
nel his Sunday school class
ftwenty roung ladies and
icir beaux.
The spacious lawn, where the
ng table was placed on which1
e audanlt supper was serv
(1 was beautifully lighted and
corated for the occasion. The
uests were welcomed oni the
oad veranda by Mr. Harris
eciving with Mr. and Mrs. J.
.Keown. Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
:i, Prof. and Mrs. J. W.
alie ntinc, Mrs. Sadie Johnson
na Miss Elinor Knight. After
eeral games had been played.
Ir. H arris placed the names of
h-gnmeni a box. and
giving the young adlws their
Leap Year privilege. had them
draw the naivneF of their pard
ners for supper. First a salad
and meat course, followed by
cream and cake. was served.
Under a spreading apple tree a
huge vessel of ice lemonade was
placed and greatly enjoyed dur
ing the evening.
Those present were: Misses
Janie Ratterree, Sallie Lewis,
Rosa Ellis, Peaile Baker, Sadie
Nealy. Sadie Craig, Olive Nealy
Nannie Porter, Stella Porter,
Grace Iudgens. Lizzie Belle
Thompson, Flora Holder, Alice
Thompson, May Ranipey, Chris
tine Keasler, Mary Keasler; Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Mauldin, Mr. and
Mrs. 6allentine, Mr. and Mrs.
Keown, Miss Knight, Mrs. Sa
die Johnston: Messrs. James
Edens, Henry McDaniel, John
Craig. Marvin Hutchings, t
Dwight Attawav. Jack Garrett t
Sidney Bruce, Robert Baker.
Jno. C. Carey. Clarence Holder,
Casey Porter, James P. Carey,
Jr., Hagood Bruce.
Commencement at G. F. C.
It is with great pleasure that
I .attempt to write a brief ac- a
count of the commencement ex
ercises of G. F. C., at the, close
of this prosperous and success
ful session. I think every pupil r
and teacher who remained en- b
joved the exercises to the fullest
extent. Many visitors from va
rious parts of the State were in
The final examinations came
to a close Saturday morning,
June 1, and then the real corn
rnencement began.
Saturday evening, beginning
at 8:30 o'clock, thc expression
class, under the direction of Miss
Elizabeth Whitmarsh, our able
and excellent expression direc
tor, presented in the open air
the famous Shakespearean play, p1
"As You Like It." The play
vas well rendered and greatly
ejoyed. Though the girls ie
eived due praise. Miss Whit~-n
marsh was accordel the highest
onor to which she was entitled t
On the following Sunday our fr
girls attended the church of ta
heir choice, but in the after- a
oon, at 8 o'clock. all went in a le
ody to the first Baptist church. T;
The exercises beaan again le
onday evening, at 8:30, when tr
he musical department of G. pt
. C. came before the public in SS
heir final concert. So interest- le
ng was this part of the program R~
hat the attention of the audi- ri
nce was held spellbound. w
Tuesday was a pleasant day
or us all. In the morning the di
tudeits and teachers attended th
he first Baptist church, where ye
has. E. Burts, D. D., delivered al
he baccalaurate sermon to the er
raduates of both G. F. C. and es
urman. I am sure that only yE
hose who have heard Dr. Burts
an appreciate him as he ought CI
o be. On the same afternoon,
from 4 to 6, occurred the annual
oil exhibit. The art work re
flected great credit upon the ef- be
forts and ability of our efficient M
art teachers, Misses Sue Hall St
and Leila Roe, assistant. ha
In the evening, at 8:30, thea
senior class rendered their play.re
The Princess." Again we WI
ound ourselves Lgiving Miss th
hitmarsh much praise, and ha
-ere fully convinced that wem
had a most excellent teacher. m11
On Wednesday t'aere were no
exercisesS at G. F. C., but all of p
u girls attended the gradua- pr
ion exercises of the University o
boys, across the river.
Tursd1ay, the final day of t.he
exercises, was a (lay of impor
tane to the sevenity-three mem
bers of the senzior cliss. In the C.
orning, a t 14) 50, t he alumnae in
met, and the seniovrs. dressed in a
cap and robe, wecre present. Af- le*
ter the meeting the seniors at- ye
tded the alumnae banquet. or
On the same evening, at 8:30, re<
alarge crowd was on hand to ste
he graduation exercises. Dr,
, Y. Mullins, president of the pet
Southern Theological seminary',p
addressed the seniors, his sub- pr
ject being "Womanhood" Af ti.
er his address the medals were col
presented and the h-mors read. a
Seventy-three received diplomas fl
n thus was the close of the S
exercises. 19:
During the entire occasion the
visitors showed high respect and
esteem for Dr. and Mrs. Ram
Now, let me sar in conclusion co
that e'very one who attends 0.
. C. will b)e pleased with every
thing and charmed wvith our
esteemed presidlent and every 1:3
member of our well equipped Fi
faculty. Therefore, to those or
who have contemplated attend- E
ng G. F. C., I bea von to come.
A Student itf
Death Mrs. M. J. Childs.
Mrs. Mi'rinda J. Childs, wif
of Mr. Thos. G. Childs, passe
to her reward at her home a
the Alice mill. Easley. on th
18th after a short illness. He
death was quite a shock to he
many relatives and friends
She was in her 37th year an<
was a woman of many nobl
traits of character and christiar
zraces. Her friends wer(
numbered by her acquaintance
ind all who knew her loved
ier. For many years she wa
t cons)istent member of thE
Baptist church. Before hei
narriage she was Miss Morgan
>f Transylvania County, N. C.
5he is survived by her husband
mid seven children who have
he sympathy of all their
riends. The funeral and inter
ent was held at Griffin church
he day following her death,
he services being conducted by
tev. C. A. Waters.
'he Taxable Property of The
The Auditor has completed
is books and made abstracts of
11 the propey su e t to tax
tion in thi co except the
tton mills, ilroads, telegraph
nd telephone companies. The
>lowing shows the total of
1al and personal property and
anks in the county by town
Easley........ $ 474,312.00
Liberty ............... 301,342.00
Central................ 365,152.00
Hurricane........ ... 148,389.00
Pickens................ 280,784.00
Dacusville............ 153,440.00
Pumpkintown...... 100,237.00
Eastatoe.............. 117,529.00
Banks in the Co... 155,925.G
Cotton mills........ 989,340.00
Oil Mills............... 30,500.00
Railroads............. 857,618.00
Telegraph and tele
ione lines............. 86,166.00
With a levy of 191 mills for
us year this will yield a, reve
e for all purposes from proper
-tax of $85,169.50. In addi
m to this there will be $3,626
om the poll tax, $773.00 dog
x, road tax $3,461.00, makingz
grand total of taxes to be col
ted this fall of $93,059.50.
us does not include the special
vies in the several school dis
icts of the county for school
rpose which will amount to
0,000, nor does it include the
y for interest on the Pickens
iiroad bonds in Pickens. Hur
ane and Eastatoe townships,
bich will amount to $1,600.00
According to the Auditor's
tplicate the property values
is year exceed those of last
ar by $10,000, the gain was
:ogether from personal prop
by. The assessments of real
bate fell behind that of last
ar by about $80.
ildren's Day Exercises and
D~hildren's day exercises will
observed at the St. Lawrence
thodist church, on the 5th
ndayin June. This church
s just been completed and is
out three miles east of Law
ce's Bridge, and three miles
ist of Central. It is hoped
at a large crowd will be on1
nd. There will be two ser
ms preached, one in the1
rning, at 11 o'clock, by the
v. Crout, of Anderson, and
v. Harbin, of Pendleton, will
sach in the afternoon at three
lock. Dinner will be served
the church yard.
U. D. C. Scholarships.
['he Piedmont District of S.
D~iv. U. D. C. offers to a girld
this District for Sept. 1. 1912
~cholarship at Winthrop Col
;e. All applicants must be 16
ars old, must be the daughter
lineal descendant of a Con
lerate Veteran of honorable
-ord, must present certificate .
iting that her family cannot
y for her education and a
ter of endorsement from a
sident of a chapter of the U.
C. in this State. Examina
ns will be held at county
art house July 5, 1912. All 1
plications and endorsements
ed with Miss Arminda Moses
inter, not later than June 29,
Mrs. J. L. McWhorter,
Div., Vice Pres.
Lor SaleZaTwo good milch
ws, with young calves.
R. A. Hester,
9 Liberty S. C., R. 3.
FOR SALE-Georgia farm,
acres. 10 room dwelling,1
ne cotton land. Good peachI
hard, Railroad through
te, and one mile to station.
esv Terms.,
ikeno 5, C
et BIG il
SSome of ti
Statement of the Condition of
located at Liberty, S. C.,
at the elose of business June 14, 191
Loans and Discounts.... $51,200]1
Overdraft...--- 1,268.7
Furnitute and Fixtures,.... ...1620.1
Banking House. ... . ... ..... 1,791.7
Du frbm Bdnks and Bankers 3,416.1
Curracy....,............. 440.(9
Gold.......... ............. 10
Silver and other Coin. .. 184
Checxs and Cash Items 8.51
apital Stock Paid In....$15.000 01
Surplus Fund................ 500.t
Undivided profits less Current
Expenses and Taxes Paid 1, 214.6f
Dividends unpaid 12 0(
[ndividual Deposits Subject to
Check................... 18,157.81
'ime Certificates of Deposit.. 7,048.4(
Dashier's Checks....,.... 150.9%
Bills payable, including (Certi
ficates for Money Borrowea 18,000.0(
Total.............. ...$60,083.8i
3ate of South Carolina,
County of Pickenis.
Before me came W. I. Chapman
Jashier of above named bank, who, ie.
g duly sworn, says that the above and
~oregoing statetuent is a true c. nditioni
>f said bank, as shown by tihe books of
aid bank W. 11. Chapman.
Sworn to and subscribed bef re me
his 21st day of June 1912.
R C.'Robinson
Notary Public
J*. .CRA NE, )
T. N. BUNTER, 'Directors
Bank of Norris,
located at Norris, S. C.,
it the close of business June 14, 1912.
.kans na Discounts. 50,299.65
)vsrdrafts,................ 37.17
3onds and stocks owned.y
the bank............... '1,000.00
urniture and Fixtures, , 2,090.09
anking House...........,1,444 5
)ue from Banks and Bankers 5,127.67
n rrency.,....,.........,..58.00
ilver and other Coin.... . 74.83
Total,....,.......... . $1,222.07
japita1Stock Paid In $ 20,000.00
urplus fund 200.00
Individed Profits, less
Current Expenses and
Tax Paid....,.,.........2,125 01
)ue to Banks and Bankers 60.1.0
ndividual Deposits subject
to Check,....,........... ,,185.49
'ime Certificates of Deposit 4,634 31
aier's Checks............17.25
lils payable, including Cer
tificates for money borrowed 25,000 00
Total................... $61, 229.0)6
tate of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Before me camne E. W. Tate, Cash
r of the above name~d bank, who
'eing duly sworn, says that the above
d foregoing statement is a true eon
ition of said bank, as shown by the
iooks of said bank.
E. WV. Tate.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
his 2t day or June 1912.
Notary Public.
. W. TATE -Directore.
Statement of the Condition o
Fhe Pickens Bank
Located at Pickens, S. C.,
L the close of business June 14th 1912
oans and Discounts.. 19.55- 25
)verdrafts............. 1335
onds and Stocks owned
By Bank................:.20.00
~urnitre and Fixtures. .. .2.324 28
anking House............10,8 .O.84
3e from Bangs and Bankters 5.9 1;'0
urrency............... 4 5~G "
sold........... .... ...... - 25 00
ilver and other Coin..... ?61.7
hecks and Cash Items.. ... 2.23.8.
Total................. 8230.03.4
apital Stock Paid in.... $ 20,500.00
~urplus Fund............ 29,500.00
ndivided Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
Paid................ .... 7,66 90
ue to Banks and Bankers 2,356.15
dividual Deposits subject
to Check...........,,,,86.425 24
~avings Deposits...,.. .....73.21.183
ashier's Checks...........41M.95
totes and Bills Rediscntd . 10,00MOC
to 1=2
ie Seasoll's IPre
> go for a Soi
State of Soth Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Before me came I. M. Mauldin, cash
ier of the above named bank, wno,
being duly sworn says that the above
Sand foregoin0 statement is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said ban i.
Sworn toM. MAULDIN.
Swr oand sabscribed before me,
this 21-r day of June 1912.
.F1 ANK .M'FALL, (seal.)
Notary Public for South Carolina.
J. M'D. BRUUE, '.Directors.
Statement of the
The Farmers Ba
LoCated at Central, S. C., at the cL<
Loans and Discounts..... ........ 8i,32f 6i Ca
Overdrafts....... .... .... ........~ 20 78u
Furniture and Fixtures............. 1992 35
Banking House. 1.756.97
Other Real Estate owned. ........3,503.05D
Due from Banks and Bankers 9.196.56 In
Totaenc....-.......... .............. 99,226.0
thatlter aoher Cneoing.. tatement15 isa14u o
Sworn to before me this 20th day of June 1912.
Located at Liberty, S. C., at the <
Loans and Discounts.............. 479,834 11 Caj
Overdrafts ............. .. 1 98 Sur
Bond and stock owned by bank 400 00 Una
Furniture and Fixtures....... ...... :1.834 18 p
Banking House .. ...... .... ..... 1.543 82 Ind
Due f'rom Blanks and Bankers 10.164-08 Tim
Curreter.... ... .... ........ ..... 252 00 Cas
Gold..................... ....... J 200 Eil]
Silver s'nd other Cnin ....... .... . ...59 08
Checks and Cash Items.............. 215 15
Total................... .. 95,039 38
Before me came C. R . Bush, Cashier of the abol
that the above and foregoing statement is a true con<
said Bank.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 20th da;
correct-A tt est:
Statement of the Cc
Located at Pickens. S. C.. at the c1<
Loans and Discounts,.. . ... 55,972.07 -
Overdrafts......................... 30.68 Cal
Furniture and Fixtures..... 2300.00 Suw
lDue from Ranks and Banker... 10.968.21 Un<
Currency............ ............ 1,400.00 s
Gold .................... ........ 400.00IDu
Silver and other Mlinor C'oin.... 180.99 Ind
Total...... ...... ... ............. 7.4S.95
Before me came M,. C. Smith. Cashier of th<
says the above and foregoing statement is a true c(
of said Ilanlk.
ISworn to and subscribed before me this 20th day c
Correet-A test:
.1. P. CA REY. lirtr.
Th imet fHeart Syi
The almens ofwomen include symptomso
of the heart. The palpitation is so violent
leads the patient to fear she has heart diseas
not heart disease at all but only a symptom
the normal action of the heart, and on apply
throbbing ceases. The stomach and dig
depressing effect of these disorders on the
For the latter purpose there is no more effect
Iconveys a strengthening influence to the de
rglrand healthy periods, overcomest
nerves and puts the generative system in fi
and bowel disorders one or two doses of --
needed. It clears the stomach and boweis 0
proper nourishment of the body the rt
conditions all through the system.
Dr. Simmons Squawo Vine Wine Is S@
ttiest Hats
(ST CH01C.0
I have six Titanic
Sinks" left.- S&e '
AMJON28 --f
This office' =
Condition of
>se of business June 14th, '1912
pital Stock Paid In, ............ .O00
10de Pots ls Current Ex
enses and Taxes Paid...... ..... ,8.~ -
e to Banks and Bankers -1935
ividual Deposits subject .to Check. 3490
ae "ertidcates of eslt.... ... .0
hier's Checks,...... ............0
is Payable, Inclding-tcrtificatee
or Money Borrowed..........
J. H..R1M00.00
ditone aid axes Passhown3by 24oos
loe name busbing ulyeswo4, -191
ition Sock said Bn..--. ..s . -..h ..;n5, 000 bo kso
iivield~ ProdTT Notar C urrent E.
seC16 e of -epsines ...,.. .,.. 12 3
for Stoney Paidowed....-...-.- 2E000 00
Ttlu.....d............. ...... 85090
einamed Profit, leo, Curent dcu-on a
iind Taxe Paid.nk.a.so.... b3o
e to Banks nd.BankeH.
[Sal DJpo.GA SueT Tor Chle S3. 84
>iras Ctocksad.I........ ......25000
Lus Funda.............. ......ica0es
rivoey Browlsrend Expen
saTa es.Pa.... ........ ..,s o223
aoe toBnksaed Bankr .... bei.. 20y 78 --
itvofsidua Bankits scow Chec 2,35 b84
C. ybe Oinn, ertias -uli
>rM oneyBrrwd .
aov time Ban who beypinguly anorn
ndition nef str Ba n hw b hok
fue 19i2.
c.t E.a rgBiNsO, reoetaryblie
epanfup mtOms.ulSu h
heath tiol nor te ioe
turtimes ob heal iesinf andh
suitliver disordsrswhnch hal eted
embyallrsmmmDt~ $b.0
ve remed toUIe fo.yhr
95 tONS*

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