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Stiteienit of the Condition of the
BANK OF CROSS 1111,1
dloented fit ('ross H III, S. C., at the close
of Iusiiess Sept. It, 1917.
Loans and Discounts . . . .$2s0.293.416
lOverdrafts .... .... .... 391.05
Furniture and Fixtires .... 1.000.00
Banking Ilouse ...,.. .... 1,250.21
Due froi Hnks and hank
ers.... .... ...... .... 2S.182.55
Currency .... .... .... .. 1,675.00
C old .... .... ...... .... 2.50
Silver an(] Other Coin .... 19-1.48
Checks atd Cash Itei.; .... 1,00.00
Total .... ...... .... $211,789.25
LIA ILI iATIES:
Capital Stock 1aid in ....$ 50,0o).00
Surplus Fund .... .... .... 20,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent expenses and Taxes
Paid .... .... .... .... 7,32.12
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check ......$31, 217. 6
Time Certificates of De
posit .... ...... 72,800.11
Cashicr'; Chcks . . . . I pi.w) 10 1,137.13
bills Payable. including: Cer
tifleates for Money 1or
rowed ...... ...... .... C-0,0 0.00
Total .... ...... .... $2 H .78',.25
State of South Carolina,
Coutiily of IM1aIurnlS. "S.
Before le cainc W. 1). Martin. Cash
icr of the above nIaiio'd hank. who. be
ing duly ;wornl sv 11h.j til above
and foregin ta ,nw-t i; a tIrue von
ditioll Of said bank, as .hown by the
:ooks of said bank.
\W. P). M.\lTIN
Sworn to) and . uhIScribed beforc, mie
this 'h iay ot' 11tember, 9 of 17.
J. 10. L1Iannut, Notary. P'ublie
'W'. C. lA or,
.II. A Autin, Director.m.
Statemnlit f ihe (' ondition of the
B AN O- (A t.\Y CO'lRT,
LUK'ated at tiray 0'urt, S. C'., at thie
close of businen Sept. 11, 1917.
1_11:1S0 1' IN F.
I hRIS'- k'
a duPankin' i n l . 1. .
Otherl "I l , +I t. Own"(!.. 1.1w00.111
S ilver anl O(h1 0i , ..-1 ~ o
I,, 1A IItII.T
Capital stowk P'ahdll ..?2-,flm
Silrpi ls l'hild .. . .. 1~.0 .1
Undivided Profits. 1 Cu Ir
vent E-xpenses and Taxs
Due to Manks and 1Ianlikers s I I.2 1
Dividends Inpaid 2 .40
Indihvidual )eposits Subject
to Cheek .. ..$21.438.21
Savings Deposils .15. 1
Time Certificates of De
posit .. .. .. .. 27,391.72
Cashier's Checks 2-1.65 18,903.19
PAs Payable, illillding ver
tifleates for Money for
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens, ss.
Before me came L. I. lIrooks, Cash
ier of the above named bank, who, be
ing duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement. is a Itie eon
dh ion of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
L1. R. BROOKS.
Sworn to and subscribed before 1mle
this ISth day of Sept., 1917.
J. W. Wells,
Corirect Attest.: It. L. Gr'ay, 0. F.
D~orroh, J1. W. Be'asoni, Directors. H
Statemnent of' the4 ('ondition of thle
BA NI( 01" M4)'NTVILILE.
Localte'd at MIounitviIle. S. 4'.. at the
('lose' of buisinetss, Sept. 11, 1917.
Loans and iDiscounts .. .. $ 72,6312.46I
Furniture and Fixtures ..1,200.00
flanking -Hlousr'.. .. .. ....2,000.00
(Due from flanks and Bank
ersa.. ...... ..........6,636.12
Silver and Other Coin .. .. 142.23
CThecks and Cash Items~ .. 76.50
S Total .... .........$ 83,719.77
Capital Stock Paid1 In . . . ..$ 20,250.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and TIaxes
Due to Blanks and Bankers 589.70
Indviditnal D~eposits faubject
to Check. .. .. .$15221.91
Time Certiflcates of D~e
Cashier's C'hecks 381.37 23,2.11.17
Thils Payabb", ineluiding Cer
tificates for MXoney Jior
Total ........ .....$ 83.719.77
State of South Carolina,
County of Laur'ens, ss.
(Before mec came C. M. Fuller, Cash
:ler of the above namledI bank, who, be
ing duly swoin, says that thle abIove
and foregoing statement is a true con
dition of snid bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
C. M. FULLFA1~.
Sworn to and subscibed before me
this 19th (lay of Sept. 1917.
W. E. Crisp,
Correct Atttcst: W. J. Cluck, J. M.
~Immons, C. M. Fuller, Directors.
Experience the Best Teacher.
It is generally admitted that exper
'lence is the best teacher, but should
we not make use of the experience of
ethers as well as our own? The ex
perience of a thousand persons 1a
more to ho depended upon than that
-of one individual. Many thousands
of persons have used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for coughs and colds
with the host results, which shows it
to he a thoroughly reliable prepara
tion for those diseases. Try it. It is
prompt and effectual and pleasant to
3Movement. Under Diretlon of State
BoaiId of Health, 11Headed by Mrs.
Aunie I. lembert.
Columbia, Sept. 2 .--Under the di
rection of the State Board of Health,
a state-wide caipaign will be liau
gurated thiougl a central co-operat
ing committee, headed by Mrs. Annie
I. Reibert, field secretary of the State
Board of Iicalth, with regard to tuber
CUlosis, and executive secretary of tile
South1 Carolina Anti-Tuberculosis as
sociation, for the protection not only
of the military camps of the state
against tuberculosis, but also of the
civilian population as well, and for
the care and treatment of those who
have contracted the dread disease.
This work is considered vitally im
portant during this war emergency,
and it is felt that it can be more effee
tively carried out in view of the rigid
examinations which are being tinder
gone and are yet to be undergone by
thousands of yoting men in the state.
which will disclose many hidden places
of the malady.
The nc-operatitr committee of Ihv
tuberculosis war prohlem will be comt
posed of the tuberculosis cotiminiten of
tle State lloard of Health, the count'
''hiairiieni of the state coicil (if de
l'i n', the chairmilan of the Rod Cross
ori ti/1Ozation1s and special agents oit the
S'outh1i ('aroina .\ni-Tiubereulosis as
sociationl. In c-.101 coh unty there will
h :I sublcwommittlno ('o(liiicsed (if the
couny suervi or, ll ,ou t sperintenid
0k i of duiation, a representative of
th coiuii , in-idical :Issocia I ionl. the
M11n or Of I:; Ii It y ? : 4cat. hthe prest
d. liI thP (11:1inl r ()f co)? i-r'e. a
Tu J -'a n \ o falinn will no et
h~~~ ~~ th FiI Iat! einh liton.
nn It now look as It
oa .h III( the hirY-fourl (.intr1ehes" will
havc m1c n r -n hin1d at tlh Il
o'clock h m r. It is al:o highly proh
ab11e !hat <' chirc - halt 1 report all
ap !por[ onmentsil: Mot. - Wo shall make
the --I atest re4port poss'ible, inl the
history of the hody, both as to the
numbru' of conver'sions and as to fi
nI(nces raised. If is earnestly desired
that each i h i' shall le represeited.
and ali messeng ers should arrange to
riimaini until the close, whlch will be
on Wednsday night. The Associa tion
shall Iav'e the rare privilege of hearing
Dr. John E. White preacli a special
sermon on Tuesday night. It is also
expected that Drs. Poteat and lRamsey
will speak on the occasion of the(' clos
tig srvice Wednesday night.
C. B. Bobo,
Nowh'lere will yon find as low prices
on Cook Stoves, as we ire offering to
S. At. & 1. i. WILKhIiS & Co.
ADDITIONA, LOANS BY' U. S.
TO ENGLAND ANtD FRIAN'CE
Loans of $.30,000,00 to Great iBrita in
and $20,000,000 to France were miade
by the governmen t Thursday, biringing
t he total thus far advanced to the al
lies~ up to $2,'Il100,000.
IROM li[D PAN'P4
[[408 411 R[MtDl[8
NjU X For NERVES
IRON For BLOOD
For the STOMACH
3 Powerful Forces in 1
People in Charlotte have found
great r'elief from stomach t roule,
nervousness, weakness and general dIe
bility. I ronized Pawv-Pawv builds up thle
body and strengthens it, clears the
blood of imiuiiels, stimulates the Ii v
or into healthy action, corrects con
stipation andi steadlies tihe nerves.
Daily and hourly the dlemandl is In
creasing, giving universal satisfaction.
I ronizedl Paw-P~aw does all and more
thtan is claimed for it.
if your food dlistresses you, if you
arc constipated, have hteadach es, dizzy
spells, are nervous and get the blues,
just get a taste of Ironizedl Paw-Paw.
You'll find all the disagreeable feeling
Dassing away before you leave the
storo., Do as scores of your neighbors
are dlong--get a bottle of 'Ironized
Paw-Paw and bid your liver and
stomach ailments good-bye. I want
every chronic dyspeptic to come in and
try this remedy. You'll never go back
to the old-fashioned medicines. Lo~t
of business and professional men find
Ironized Paw-'Paw enables them to
do more and bettetr work. It seems to
energize every fibre, tissue and bone.
iBegin on 'Ironized 'Paw-Paw today so
you can join the army of converts next
week. Your druggist pr'obably keeps
it, but if he doesn't come to Laurens
Ironized Pawv-Paw, price $1.00.
Formula on every bottle. Mail orders
promptly attended to. Interstate Drug
Co., Tnc., New Yok.
COUNTY FAIR 1EETING.
Officers and Those Interested are to
Meet In the Court House Tomorrow
Afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Pres. W. D. Biyrd, of the county fair
association, has called for a meeting
of officers of the fair and all others in
terested to be held in the court house
toimior'rowv afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Tp until ow very littlei has been sajI(d
about the fair as other matters have
attracted the attention of oflicers and
people. bit it is hoped that a large at
lendance will be had at the meeting so
that the sentiment of the people can be
learned as to having the fair agtin
this year. Although the time is rather
limited in which preparations can be
1111de foi' the annual event, it is
thought that a quick organization can
be perfected and a successful fair put
Ulas a Hlh )uiniiont (if ('lhai berlain's
"I have a high opinion of Chamber
lain's Tablets for hiiliousnes and as a
laxative," wiites Mrs. C. A. Barnes.
Charieston, Ill. I have never found
nilything so mild and pleasant to use.
.\I ibrother has also us;ed thbese tal)
lets. Wit satisractory r(sits.
.Mr. Co'ounts INlurs to 1,1aurens,"
Editor The Advrotiser:
I'lir:Me allow me Ironie"lh the col
(ius of yotl I apr 1to a v to my
frienlds anld fortner clitstoiers (if Iau
'" Is nnty Iat I have rnE1 d 'd.
.\liins' stialile anid will openl u1) about
lie I ith of November with a I full line
of m11uilcs and horses, wir-hl I will sell
for cash o1 on good notes. I guai'an
t.( t4 cv'Ty minl a fair dial and in
Ca*I .t Y i a r ' c II I 1 a1 wit I w aI
you Iiuy, you may ret 1i111 it if inI aIs
( o I \\1 Witf In :II i Iwh .
You rs It ly.
Ad(Iv. I ). I1 I mnts
lhiy IRed ('ross Seals.
Th SItili arolinAi Ani-TuIbrulo
is Assicia ion wi I condulict the Sle
of th Ii, I ro;,. Sta .a l - fr il h n s
;i. iii l y lril ('b r' mas. h1-:v ry
.aIonj(J know aI ithe11 Cooperating Com
IrIi Itee on t h(. Tublercu.4tlosis War Prob
lei shoulid beginl at, oice to adver'ise
the salt of tlt, 16- Cross Seals.
The 11ur1chase ()f the lillth- Christimas
s amps is within1 thle reach of all..
We vait to sell oin. iillion seals
this i tyea'. Ilhey (ot oile penny a
If yon cannot lielp ill a big way, use
a little effort to make this Christmas
sale a With 1 little trouble
and a lot of enthusiasm you can "do
youir lit" to I'uthlerI a big cause.
Flor further information apply to,
Mrs. Annie iedell Rembeirt,
-x. Seer. i.. C. Anti-Tuberculosis Asso.
State Board of Health, Columbia, S. C.
A. I. P.Serilees Chiaiged.
Rev. 1. N. Kennedy, pastor of tle
A. R. P). cerch annouic(d Sunday
that se'vices vOild he held in the
rh ti-h'eli hlee next Sa.nday afternoon it
I o'clock instead of lit the usual (lay
aind houi. The members of Ilie church
are asked to bearu tis hour11 in 1hind(
is it is anl 1hour earilier' than usual11.
Ol (lothes~ Waniited.
A (omml~it te' will ('all up~on the Ia
les of tihe town some day soon for
miy old( clothles wvhich the Woman's
Ser'vic'e League wishes to s(endt on to
the French. All wxho have any 01(1
elothes that they canl (dispose of will
dlease have thenm in r'eadliness, whe~ln
I t m1em1ber's of the commit tee call foi'
Mr's. Virginia Caine,
Full tine of 1847 Rloger's Silverware
S. M. & E. H. WILK ES & CO.
Statemnent of thme 'ondlition of tihe
BANK 01F OWIN(OS.
i.octedlt't at Owings, S. ('., at the ('1ose
of biessi( Sepit, 11, 1917.
Loans and Discounts .. .$ 52.8S95.71
Fur'niture and1( Filxtuires .. 1.315.62
Blankinlg f louse.. .. .. ....1,287.54
Due from Hlanks andl Bank
ris .. ..............2,360.65
'silver amnd Other C'oin .. .. 48.98
Total .... .........$ 50,.889.97
lapital Stock Paid In . . ..$ 13,700.00
Rtiurls Flundh.. .........3,300.00
B~ndivided Profits, less Cur
rent 10xpenses and Traxes
[ a i . ... ... .. . 666.58
to Check .. .. ..47069,02
fime Certiflcates of, De
posit. .. . ... . ,941.75 12,020.77
Bills Payable, Including Cer
tificates for Money Hlor
rowed .. .... ..........30,200.00
)ther Liabilities, viz.' .. 2.62
Total .... .........$ 59,889.97
state of South Carolina,
County of Laurens, 5s.
'Before me came J. M. Blrysons, Cash
icr of the above named tank, who, be
ing dtuly swornfl says that 'the above
nd foregoing statement is a true con
lition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
J. M. BATYSON.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
his 21st day of Sept., 1917.
II. M. Bryson,
Correct Attest: 0. W. Owings, F. R,
)wings. R. M. inrsan. Diretors.
Notice to 'reachers.
Th. regular examination for teach
ers desiring certilicates will be held
at the Court House Saturday October
6th at ni1ne O'clock. Applicats. will
be examined on the following subjects:
Algebra, Arithmetic, I'nglish, Peda
gogy, Geoglaphy, Physiology, Hlistory,
Civics and Current 1Events and Agri
culture. This will be the only exam
inatlion until next may L;0 if your cer
tropolitan Opera has
national hymn for
"The Phonograph N
We want you to hear it.
real voice of Anna Case.
strated before thousand
and the music critics of
ca's greatest newspaper
voice and the New Ediso
are indistinguishable. I
comparisons, she stood b(
son and sang. Suddenly
ing, she ceased to sing at
took up the song alone
watching her lips that h
tell when she had ceased
No talking machine cou
the test of direct compai
the real flesh and bloo
That establishes the sup
the New Edison. If yc
compare the New Edis<
talking machine, we sha]
glad to give you the
numerous artists who h
talking machine records a
Overland than ii
The solid comic
bined with unusua
assual economy, I
years the most sa
its size by far.
This season It
fortable ca? than
tificate is out of date or will be before 4
then you will have to take this exam
JAMES 1-. SULLIVAN,
10-2t-A 1By order of County Board. 1
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
rake LAXATJI'JC bRobMo Quinine. it stopa the
Cough aid Hecadache aud works off tile Cold.I
DrUggltS refund money 11 it falls to cure:.
P. WV. GROVWB signature on each box, 30c.
:E STAR SI
NER FOR X
.ASE of the Met
vith a Soul"
You will hear the
She has demon
3 of music lovers
several of Ameri
s that ,her living e
n Re-Creation of it
a1 these astounding
?sidg the New Edi
and without warn
d.the New Edison
It1 was only by W
er audience could
[d sustain voices hav
'ison with by the N(
d artists. their talkir
remacy of talking ma
u wish to then come
n wish to to their v<
m with a the New E
I be very "Do not as
names of Re-Creatio:
ave made tem pt to pI
md whose machine."
Jroom in this We' have lei
any other car base to 112 1
i near so low a .it with cantile
irt of the thiirty- --powerful
Ii power and un- 'You canno
asa made it for, near so low i
accessful car of will give yoi
is a more* eom- Come. to c
ever before., -now.
)ON H. IRW
Areat Faith in Chamberlain's Colc
aid Diarrhoea Jeiedy.
"Chaiberlaiii's Colic and Diar
hoca Remedy was used by my father
tbout a year ago when he had diar
-hoea. it relieved him immediately
and by taking three doses lie was ab
olutely cured. le has great faith in
his remedy." writes Mrs. W. 11. Wil
lams, Stanley, N. Y.
D UP IF
also been Re-Created
kw Edison. Listen to
11g machine records at a
chine dealer's store and
to our store and listen
>ices as Re-Created by
k us to sell you Edison
ris if you expect to at
ay themn on a talking
ve a bprengR-Ceae
to ur tore andern
rice any Re-reatedb
kr ustoe-gl yourEson
. N Laue.S.C