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L.Al'ItENS\t, S. C., .1.1NU'AtKY 110. 19117.
The .\dvertiser has yet to hear the
first voi('ce rasd aga inst a generous
exipenditttre in tiis conty to secure
better toads. 'thre are many, of
cot :rse, as there are always, who (lp
Dose any movement liable to increase
taxes, but they are so few that little
has been heard of them. 'TIlis is the
year for something to be (lone. The
,ounty is in a fair).I prosperous condi
tion but its roads are very bad. Other
counties around us are either a lready
ttil ding better roads or are rteipar
ing to do so. We tust keep abreast
or fall behind. Which?
Ti111 POOR liCI!SIC.
We linderstan( that the Stat' Hoard
Mf t'harities and Cor(rc'ltion is tather
?ng a bill to crhtangte the s' em of 'ar
at.g 'or the ltute's of th.' state. WV
e":lleVe that Ithe board will recoininlend
the adoption of a system'uit wiere(by the
j)lattiers will be cared tor inl district
altmishouse rathier than in county almt
houses. The board hopes to secure the
ad Valtages hat ge ie ally resIlt from
alo'e ('olutpla('t. organtization aid the
1lani to us looks 1praelieal. However,
-if the ann of the board is not adopt
ed. sonie measti'es should he taken by
(nirt delegation to imp1rov'e le c'ondi
-tion of oiu' oWI Iapiers inl the alms
)otuse between here and ('linton. 'T'he
Advertiser is not criticising those who
actually 1condue the "poor house''. as
.t is called. or the c'olity otficer.; who
are 'responsible 'for it. ''he pl4a'e is
diutlile'ss (onductedl as well as the
)none'y provided for it justilies or srtte
'ly as tIle IltIbli do'inands. buti it is not
o outr (rit nievertheless and it should
'!eV iiproved (l lut.
Ipuliltorls Ut i.
Sen. .1. II. Whartot and i.llre'1sn
1xa:1 os \\. It. Htic hey, .Ir., \\,'. I). Ht;rri
a1nod I). I 1. I Hoozer l'ft their honies .\lon
any for :'oItlmbia to b( at the ooponing
5o'5Yion of tt( le.oilattore ysterday, If.
.S. IHlackwell, 10st., the tewly :leted
soli-'itor, also wen' t down as didl lt.
1,. A. ('oolo-r. u\ hose term.1 as hoieestor'
kloes net cx;iie t il next 'I'::e --day.
Ited Cross Seals.
.\liss lhta leredithI, who wa; ill
chatrege of th( tsale of It lo ('ross s''ils
10o' the' lii' Ch iha: holidays hnis '1ent
amouniltt. $10.ti7 in sales fori Lautt ens.
otlice', she wa'~s inot ale to se'll as mlanty
gi s she exp0cted to, buit nex t yar' she
~ilanis to sell mnany tuiore(.
We offer special va Ilies In li-piece
Chlamober' Sets at $2.9to.
S. M. & F. II. W lI(ElS & CO.
. Hended the 1,ist.
At at recenft meethiig oif North arid
F'oth Carolina agents of the Missotur'
State ifMe Insuranltlce Ctomipany, heild
in Columbia, Mr. C. R. Moseley, of
-this cIty, was awarded a prizte of $25
f'or placing the lar'gest amount of in
-turance of any of the agents during
-the fatll months. Mrt. .Moseleyv was
highly coimplimnented lor' his high
l'N Elt.\l 4)1 4) . I,. LINitll.
Fiur'ial Tlooki Plac'e at iLanfordl W~edn~ez
The funer'al of the late o1 r. Oscar
L. Lantford, thle p 'lroiet Lan~tford ('It
izeni whose Itagie death oCerurtedl Tlues
(lay mtorning, too0k place Wedntesdhay
aifternoon at the Lanford Ha hti1st
chur'ch. Thle futnera'l exetr'isea were
condutcted biy t he R1ev. S. II. Temipie
man of Laurtens andl the R1ev. J1. Tr.
Littlejohn, of I'dge.Ileld, a birothet"-in
law of the deceased. A large conl
course of sorrmowing ft'iends and( r'ela
tives, inctludig a numbet' fromi the
cIty of Laulrenis, attended the fttnerai
al whichi was one of the saddest ever'
wi'tnessedl in that part or the cotuntty.
Capt. L.anford, who ri'CCved a paintful
flesh wound during the enactmenut of
the depot tragedy, was able to attend
.\ur. Lanford Is survived by his widow
who was a Mrs. Weiborn, arrd several
children, Including one son, Lewie
Lanford who was former'ly a student
in (he city- schiools here. The survlv
ing sistor's are: Mt's. J. T. Littlejohn,
MIrs, J1. 1,. Fleming, Mrs. Josepuh Cooley
of Manilla, P. i., and Miss Minnie Lan
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acceptable to the insurance comhpanie:
is not definitely known, but it is un
derstood that. certain changes on thi
verbage of the instrument will bi
necessitated. The commission ha
been called by the governor to moe
Monday, and it is believed that a co.
p1 omise measure, agreeable to i11
'oll1anies and fully protecting tit
rights of the state, will be drawn th
be presented to the general asseibly
I In adiition, the conmmittee has com,.
pleted a building code for tie incor
porated municipalities of the state an(
1a bill providing for inquiry into th(
origin of fires. Cloth of these Ieas
i ires will be introduced in the legisla.
ture during the first days of the ses
According to the estimate of Comp
troller-General Sawyer, released foi
publication Sunday morning, the va
rious institutions and departments of
the government are asking for ap
propriations n'nounting to $3,159.
691.57, while the estimated revenue of
the state for 1917 will be $2,334,756.SS.
Mr. Sawyer states that it will take a
levy of 10 'mills to meet the amounts
asked for 1917.
Mlr. Sawyer states that the general
assembly appropriated $2,596,169.08,
whereas the revenue for 1916 will
amount to only $2,J01,281.30, creat
ing a delicit of practically $295,000, or
a levy of one mill. The levy provided
by the legislature for 1916 was 6 1-2
The condition of the finances of the
.tate is expected to be the cause of
drastic legislation alfecting the taxa
tion system of South Carolina. What
attempts will he made to amend the
existing law is not known at tll[ tule,
but it is considered a safe het that
some scllh legislation will be at
The investigators of the state
board of charities and corre' 'ions
into the conditions of penal and char
itable institutions of the state may re
suit ill legislation to alleviate the hard
lot of the poor, the leeble-ininded and
'the ilmbet cles. It is thought, that bills
niaking lighter tie burdens of tilese
classes of unfortanate ; will be in tro
A bill ptroviding for rural credits
twill be introdnced as will one ror
workingmen's compensat ion. in view
of the recent strikes in textile com
...t.... i '.t.. anli;kely that other
labor legislation will be attempted.
.\s the boll weevil is expected to
cro.<s the Savatnah river into South
Carolina next year, it is probable (lint
somei renedial legislation, assisting
the farme(r to prepare for the advent
of lile pest, will be ill for early pas
A fight lrobahy will be miade on A.
It. l ichardsonl of C'olumlbia, chief
gan4e war den, who has heeni a par'tisalt
of Ifornlet (Governor I lease. liitherto
the position has b'etl filled by appoint
mntil by the governor on recon mn
dIat iln by ihe Audubiilon society, buit 1last
elect\ve by the legislature. Governor
M\annling. who still has the bii!lliun
ard'isont for thle fouri-yealr I trm, wichel
is lui tis yearCtl. At a1 recent ineelting
o1 thle Auduibon society .\r. llard
sonl was r'ectinunen~ded by it forI reap1
Al. a mecetinlg of tile legislat ive com11
mlttee of t he State F'edetration of La
bor, 11e1( herte IFridiay, it is uindler
stood that, Ithe following legIslation
wotld~ be r'etiesteri front the general
A bil requtiin g sItatewIidet compujill
sor'y school altendlance.
A lill pirovidling fotr free school
books, to lie lirinited in Sothi C'aro
linn If possible.
A bill atmending thte law as to mIll
lisptetors, so as5 to priovide for six in'
st eadi of two, and1( an icrease in the
appriolpr'at Iin so as to lride~l neces
'-ary traveling expenses of theO Inl
A bill amnendling the law~ so as to In.
e rease thle mlinimum i fine from $10 (I0
$50 for ilolationl of the c'htild laboi
A bill1 amendilng the law so as to it'
(!rease thle iIn Iium flne frotm $10 tc
$'50 for vlolation of the law prohIbIt'
ing the workitng of women In meircan
tile establishments aftet' 10 o'clock al
A bilIrhi'Oiibit ing the emiiploymiiiC
of womten ovetr 10 hoours a day, n't
tnot after 10 o'clock at nIght. nor1 ovel
(0 hours a week.
llecommendation thtat the age lImit
for the emiploymtent of'children be 1(
years and that no provIsos he added tc
thme priesent bill.
A bill -pr'ovidinig for' a state labot
A bill1 providIng fot' a minimun
s9even-mlonlth school termt.
A bill to submIt the qtuestion o1
women's suffrage to the people1 Itn a
A bill amending the law to apply
rane negreation to all mnannfantnrlne
A bill providing for licensed motion
picture operatives in all motion pic
ture houses having a seating capacity
of 200 or more, the license being
granted by the state after examina
tion by an accredited board.
A bill providing for medical inspec
tion in the schools.
* $ $ $ $ $ $
j SPECIAL NOTICES. $
Fort S'ne-(Good second hand E. AM. F.
lRoadster, in good shale, good tires,
etc. i'rice $150.00. Waldiroi's Garage.
.For lRent-Store-noom, house and
several acres of land, known as the
Iloward place, about halt' a mile from
city limits. Also desire to sell the
stock of goods in the store. G. S.
Strickland, Laurens, S. C. 25-It-pd
For Sale-i will otTer for sale to the
highest bidder, for cash, on londay,
February 5th, a tract of land iii .acks
township known as the WVhitmore
place, containing 213 acres more or
less, bounded by Tarrant, 1Rie and
Davidson lands. Plenty of pasture
land, timber, buildings, springs, etc.
.ohn C. Langston. 25-4t-pd
Rooms To Rent-Partly furnished
or un'u rnished. Apply to Mrs. Frank
Not.ie-(-All persons are hereby
warned against hunting, trespassing,
cutting wood or hauling fallen timber
on the estate of Dr. T. E. and D. A.
Todd in Sullivan Township. Mrs. M.
L. 'Todd, executrix. 25-]t
For ient and Saie-''hree-horse
farm, one mile of Gray Corut, for rent.
Two hor e:, and two mules for sale. ).
I). Armstrong, Gray ('out, RIt. 3.
For Stile-White leghorn eggs for
selling. Price $1.25 per setting of
Ihirteen. '. T. Duncan, 211 Oak St.,
LIaurens, S. . 25-lt-Pd
For ile-One hotrd touring car, in
first class condition, a bargain fort a
< tuick buyer. . jply .I. S. Carlton, 507
mill St., Laurens. 25-it-pd
For Sale-Combination horse and
nice top buggy. Ilortse gentle and
will work anywhere. About eight
years old. J. L. Reid, Laurens, it. 1.
3ules and ('ows-hleginning now I
will have for sale, (luring this month,
ahout 30 mules in good condition and
guaranteed sontld. Also about 30
cows, some giving milk and others to
he fresh in the spring. Prices reason
able and terms cithet' cash or on good
paiers. A. it. Thome, Laurens, Rt. 4.
For at'e--Hleautifutl home, 12 acres
of land, 3 tmiles of liarksdale, nice
cottage, large barn, lot of woven wire
'tnce, 5400 ' or 1ull ft'ttit trees hearing.
Ixtra 11ie water I'runt itt hotse, yard
and barn. Se' me at once to get this
hargain. E. ('. Simpson, aDarksdale, S.
For Siate at a Hlargain---One :xi
photogrta iihie camera and coml fete
outlilt for only $15.0); also one \'agner
M.\otorcycle, set of good tires, etc. Vil
take $111.00 for it. K. C. Simpson.
liarksdale, S. C. 25-11
L.ost--- Iletweten hotn 11nt South Hat
per street and (cetna office, one
crescent shale brooch set with pearls,
doisy center. F inder Ple'ase return to
.\lis .lary i'ctersont, 517 South I liar
Prt' steet und reeive reward.
a ~25- It.-pid
For Sale- -lorse, litggy anl hart
ness: good saidle alid huggy hot's',
will work antylwhere. Apply to It. V.
I rhy 1- Ita renis. 25-11
Fot tattle ('hen --A strong, sounid
hor se Ihat wilH do &.a !( inu h lov. ir.
:s uny 1t ' Iuule in lie 'ountlly. lIntdr 7
a god bulgg and ianyWil. ('all s.
m orStale- \\'i i'li tined l''0ter(
For1 ltettI- T'wo-horIse Ifarml, goodi
latnd, withi goodl dwellimtti and ouit
buiibldings, itastureit, ('lose' to) goodl
school anid chitirch. Appdy 1(o K. Ui
I Hrtowni ie,. GIray ('outt II.ht. 2. 2.1-21-pd
niegotite InI on1)111 iproved( farmstt at 7
I"er cenlt atnnuaI initerest and reasonm
ab lle' ex entse. IH)itoroers wIll (1o wvellI
to a pply3 early, C. D). Partksdalet, Attly.
For Stale at a Buargain-- I pair muiiles
atnd I pair' horses, all1 young and~ good
wot'ker's. Chet'o Cola Ilottlinig CO.
hFor Sale-GetteI hotme tased 110113
antd ni1ce buggy. ('n be used by ani3
metmber' of the fatally. Phone 202 or'
see tme. Clat'ence .\eKinney, at Lau-'
renls Oil MAlI. 24-5t
Nuthe-AlI pers'ons5 are hereby
wiarn'ed'( aga Inst hiing ot' harb'or'ing
Samn Btlakeley, colored, who is under
'ontrtact to tme for' the yearit 1917. .1.
Fo4r Rentt-Foutr hior'se farmt, par't of
lteverly3 Har'ksdale latnd. Apply to .1.
V'elvet Heans---1 00 (1ay3 Velvet eails
for sale, S atnd 10) bushtel lots, $1.50
per bushsel. L. R. Brooks, Gray Court,
S. C. 22-5t
For Suale--Eght goodl uhles, 1 bt'ood
miare, wagons, fat'm implhlemtents of all
kinds. T. G, Trraynhlam. 21-tf
House for ,.,ak--Feven-roomi houtse,
bar'n wate' and lights, one-half acre
land, onl It'by) Avenue, knownm a.\
Yeargin house, Apply te W. II. Ilud
For Saile-One sevenm-room house,
recently recpalnted and in good repair,
neCw bar'n, fine water, en one-acre lot,
in town of Gray Corut, close in. Alt
ply to F. D. Bolt. 20-tf
Plats, Tracings, Illue Prints, Ete.
ISomething new under
the sun - Yam Nuts
Everybody's e a tin g
* * * .ee o e iee * * *
Owings, Jan. 8.-Saturday night
Dec. 30th, Mrs. Broadus Cook enter,
tained the R. F. D. carriers of Gray
Court and Owings at a 6 o'clock stag
dinner. A four course dinner was
served and all present spent a pleas
ant evening. After dinner toasts were
given by Professor It. T. Wilson and
MIr. .1. B'. Johnson.
The Alen's Bible Class of which iU. M
irysoon is president and It. T. Wilson
teacher, has sent out invitations tc
an oyster supper which is to be given
on Friday evening, .lai. 12th between
5 and 7 o'clock. The speakers for thc
evening will be It. A. Cooper and J.
Mr. Raymond Cox of Lanford has
been enrolled in the 10th grade of
Gray Court-Owings for the coning ses.
Mrs. J. T. Owings, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Owings and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Wilson
attended the silver wedding at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Yeargin
Mr. Miles Hunter of Greeville spent
Sunday with his parents.
Dr. D. J. Brimm was entertained
last week-end by Mr. and Mrs. Claud
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoddard have
rented rooms at the home of A. C.
See our line of Mahogany Dining
iloom Furniture in period designs.
S. .l. & E. 11. WILKES & CO.
D). A. It. Meeting.
The Henry Laurens chapter, 1). A.
R., will meet with Mrs. Brooks Swy
gert at her residence on Harper street
at 3::'0 o'clock, .January twelfth.
Sarah B. Copeland, Sec.
Corns Peel Right
Off With "Gets-It"
2 Drops, ani the Corn is a "Goner!"
When you've got to walk on the
sides of your shoe to get away from
those awful corn-pains, there's only
one common-sense thiig to do.
l iw '',.el-it"' Y or ('Cornn/ 1'on't
S eltl in Wnter, ]tlo4W .. fr~hey':
* brive l.lutnen uJoit I t'r utf
I'2ti ' or 3 drops of "(h'ts it" on the
cirn right a:way. P. In 11n1 inflamtm
tion will dis:appear. li' Jn will b
gin to shrivel from tit instant -
IIten it loosens aind fal right oil.
'T t-i'rl''S 1111 Ihe Ir ' .i remiovr in)
lh' worhld thai acts lI e "(kits-it"'. Ni)
iiew d isi'iivery has ieein iniie in ('orli
"einover's sincie "(|et8-11"' wais born1.
I Jini forget timt fa'ct. "( lets-iI" doe's
awaiy fore'veri withI the use of: salveis
iihat irritat e, ha iidage's that inake a
lindlle of your toe, iplasteors t hat halt.
10 t he' work, kilves andl se issois thait
dra l blood)10(. l'ae ''Gets- It'".--no miore
digging or (cutting.
"Get s-I t" Is sold everywhere. 25e a
bot tie, or' sent on r'ecei lt of pirice Iby
1'0. l.a wrence & Co., Ciclago, Ill.
SoldI ini I aureins and reCOmmendedil't
as the0 woi'ld's hest cor'n r'emledy b~y
IEureka'.D'rug Co., Powe D.rug Co., La~u
ions D~rug C'o.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by iocal applicaions, as they ,cannot reach
th' dise'ased portion of the ar. There is
only one way to cure deafn u, and that is
by constitutionai remuedie D~ea fness is
catused by an intiamed icono tion of the mu
cous lining of (he Eustact an Tube. When
thii tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
Bound or imperfect beart g, and when it is
entirely closed,. Deafe 's is the result, and
tuns the infinmat o can be tnken out
and this tubhe restoreo o Its normal condi
lion. hearing wi be destroyed forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing bit an inflametd condition
of the mucous surfaces.
WVe wiil give One Ihuncired Dollars for any
ease of Deafness (causedl by estarrh) that
cannot he cuired by Ifir's Catarrh ('tre.
Send for circulars. free.
F. J. Cli ICNEY' & ('0., Toioedo, Ohio.
Sold by D~ruggists. 'l~e.
Take lil's ianily Illis for constipation.
Owings to the rapid advance in pr1ice
of nearly all dental nmaterial, as well
as evei'y other necessity of life, we the
undersigned olentists are comlpeliled to:
raise the ipr (e of certain kin'ds of den
tal work. FIj instance: extracting ot
teeth will be $1.00 each, a~ d amlalgami
tillings $1.00 to $1.50 ea i, accordinlg
to size and condi iori of' teeth, thmis
prieeC to 1101( goodl w~her~ thlere are no
nerIve comipliention . W,' ere the nerve
Is to be removed \nd teeth treatedl
we will have to ei ar e accordIng tc
time consumed and e rlal used. Thu
new schedule of feest take effect Feb.
1st, 1917. We feel I our duty to apJ
pii'se the publig of what we-are goin2
to do and why we are doing it.
M. J. McFadden, Clinton, S. C.
Rt. W. Johnson, Clinton, S. C.
Gleo. C. Albrlgght, Lauirens, S. C
C. .lones, L~aurens, S. C.
T. L. Timmierman,
25-4t-pd Laurens, 5. C.
See our special in Golden Oak Buf.
' .M. &JE. H. WILKES & 00.
No. 10605 -ieport of Condition of the
ENTERPRISE NATIONAL BANK
At Laurens, in tWe State of South Carolina, at the Close of Business on
December 27, 1916.
j )ats and discounts ... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....$302,491.53
Overdrafts, unsecured . . .. ... . .... .... 844.14
Securities other than U. S. Ionds (not including stocks) owned
unpledged .. .... .... .... .... ... .... .... .... 2,000.00
Stock of lederal IReserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) .... 3,750.00
Vaue of banking house .... .... .... ..., .... .... .... .... .. 22,466.16
Furniture and fixtures .... .... ... .... .... .... . 4,000.00
Real estate owned other than banking house .... .... .... .. 1,650.18
Net amount dcue fronit aIproved reserve agents in New
York, Chicago, and St. Louis .... ... ... ....$ 7,357.97
Net amtount due from Lpl)roved reserve agents in other
reserve cities .... .... .... .................... 21,565.52 28,923.49
Other checks on banks in the samne city or town as reporting bank 249.00
Outside checks and other cash items .... .... .... ....$ 630.81
Fractional currency, nickels, and cents .... .... . . . . ..... 1,821.85 2,452.66'
Notes of other national banks .... .... .................... 7,950.00
L.awful reserve in vault and net amount due from Federal Reserve
Bank .... .... -. . .. .... .... .... .... .... .... .... 19,160.51
Total ........ .. .. . ... .... .... .... .... .... .... ....$395,937.67
Capital stock paid in.- .... .... .... .... .... .... ......i00,000.00
Surplus fund .-- ...- .-- -..... ........................ 25,000.00
Undivided profits, less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid 17,953.12
Dividends unpaid .... ---. .... .... .... .... ................ 173.50
Individual deposits subject to check .... .... .... .... .... 115,252.69
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days .... .... .... 7,471.91
Cashier's checks outstanding .... ..... .... .... ........ 3,130.83
Total demand deposits ... .... .... ....$12,855.43
Time deposits (payable after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or 'more
Certificates of deposit. .... .... .... .... .... ............ 69,717.32
Other time deposits .... .... ........ .... .... .... 57,238.30
Total of time deposits .... ............. ....$126,955.62
'rotat .... ......---- . . ... .... .. .. .... .... .... ....$395937.67
"tate of South Carolina, County of Laurens, ss:
I. ('. If. Ioper, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. 11. ROPER, Cashier.
Suabscribed and sworn to before mc this 8th (lay of .January. 1917.
W. G. LANCASTEOR, Notary Public.
Correct-Attest: N. 11. i)ial, S. M. Wilkes, C. E. Kennedy, Directors.
No. 10859 leport of ('ondition of the
FA.MER1S NATIONA L BANK
It Laurens, in the State of South ('arolina, at the Close of Business on
Deceanlei' 27, 1910.
Loans and discounts .... .... . ... .... .... .... .... .... ... .$124,723.66
Overdrafts, unsecured ... .... .... .... .................... 42.13
Securities other than U. S.. bonds (not including stocks) owned
un pledged ..--.-- .. . .................... 2,600.00
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of subscription) 1,550.00
lurniture and fixtures .....-. ---.. -.... ........ ... .... 1,657.03
Net amount due from approved reserve agents in New Yorlc, Chi
cago, and St. Louis - -----. .................... 7,503.01
Net. amount dcue from banks and bankers (other than above) .... 18,412.94
Other checks on banks In the same city or town as reporting bank 436.24
Outside checks and other cash items .... ..... ... ....$562.83
Fraction:,l currency, nickels, nad cents ..... .... 10.82 573.65
Notes of other national banks .. --.-.................. 2,325.00
Lawful reserve in vault and net, amount due frota Federal Reserve
Bank .... .... .... .... . ... .... .... .... .... .... .... 16,919.74
Total .... .... .... ....... .... .. . .. .. .. .... .... ..$176,743.40
Capital stock paid in...................$ 50,000.00
Suirplus fund .... ........ .... ... --.... .... ... ... 1,500.40
"individed profits -'-- - ' --'' --. ---- ---- .... .... $8,787.18
cur-"it C jvenies, inerest, arnd taxes paid 3,093.7I 5,693.4.4
Dividends unpaid............ ..12.00
Demand deposits: .. . .
individual deposits :subject to check.....70,707.33
Certiflcates of deposit dcue in less than :30 days . . . . ...3,971.00
Cashier's checks outstanding ..... ... 191.73
Deposits requiring notice but less than 30 days g8,0:8.79
Total demand deposits ............ ..... .$102,108.8.
'imte deposits (payable after 30 days, or subject to :30 (lays or more'
f'ertileat is of deposit ........16,629.11
Toctall of filime depos.its - - - '' ' * - -- . -... . .. 6 91
---l-d-o- -.. . .... .... ....$16,629.11
State' of 80~ii,1 E'a rol ina, Counity of Lau retns, as
, 1. J. t winl. ':'a4him- of' thle abhove-andue banik (10 solc'tnnly swear' tha
I le abore ( I~ 'taeentI is frlite to t he best of my know ledige an1(1d bliet'. a
J1. I'I. OWINGS, Cashtier'
Su nor i l'ed an 111worni to bet'orec me t his 6thI day of .1 atnuari'y, 1917.
C. A. POWERh, C. C. C. p.
('orre.at-Attest: J. c. Owings, W. B1. Sloan, M. J. Owings, Directors.
to February 1st.
For Full Particulars Ask for
White Sale Booklet
GREENVILLE, S. C.