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HOLLY GROVE NII&, *
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Holly Grove, Jan. 14.-Miss Mayme
and Sadie >Padgett reopened the schbol
at Bailey's on January 8th.
Mh:s Amanda T'empleton, who spent
the holildays at hothe. returned to
F'lorence on December 31st.
Mr., Darrel Templeton, who has
been over seas since October, reports
that his ship reached its dqptination
withouit accident.. .
* Miss Ruth Brown. who, visited her
parents during Christmas, has re
.irned to her work at Columbia.
Miss flessie Brown spent the holl
dlays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. Day Templeton
spent a part of the Christmastide wiltl
the latter's parents, Mr. and M'rs.
Billy Snow of the Mount Pleasant sec
Mr. and Mrs. Will Knight. visited
Iheir daughter, Mrs. Warren Cambrell
We visited at the hospitable hom'e
of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Milani a tow
clays ago. While in that neighbor
hood, we called on our friend, Mr.
Irnest Adair, whose ill health keen'.
him confined to the house most of the
All persons who are liable to Poll
and Road 'Tax oc owning real estate
and personal property are required to
snake their returns to the County Au
itor between the first day of .January
and the 20th day of February, 1918.
A full return of all property must
lie inade. Please make your returns
early in January and avoid the rush
also the heavy penalty.
.1. W. 'PIOMPSON,
a5-lf County Auditor
No. 10R62 Report of the I
lt Lvt ;ns.. lI the Stait4 of S. (S., at I
:.oans and discounts.....
Overdrafts, unsecured ..
Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged, :1;
"ecurities other than uI. S. bonds (no
........l ... ...........
Stocks, other than Federal Reserve
Stock of l"cederal Reserve Bank (50
Value of banking house
t'urniture and fixtures...
Rleal estate owned other than balnki
lawful roserve with Federal lieservt
1tems with tederal Reserve Bank in
available as reserve)........
'ash in vault. and net amounts due I
Net amounts dlue from banks, bank,
other than included in Items
C'heekis on other banks in the sate
bank .. ...
'Ttalul of Items 1t, I , 1, 17, a
''otal .. .... .. .
'apital stock paid in....
murplus Iund .. .
Undivided profits ..
Interest. and discount, collected or cr
turity and not earned (approxini
Net amounts due to banks, bankers,
Total of Items...
tndividual deposits subject to check
1ertiltled cheeks . . ...
'ashier's checks outstanding .....
'ilvidends unpaid .. ......
Total of demand deposits (other
jecl to Reserve ........
'ortificates of deposit (other than fo
')ther time deposits. .... .,,. . ..
TIotat (of tIme, deposits subject I<
Tiotal deposts .. ......
Total .... .... ..........
State of South Carolina, County of Le
f, 'H. K. Alken, Canhier or the ni
liat t he above statement is true to th~
Sumbscribed andI sworn to blefore
0. 11. SIMMONS,
No. 110605 Retport of ('ml
U h'aumu'ems. in the Staufe of M. t'.. at I
L~oansl anid dliscouintr;........
L4ibe rty I $an1 1lonidl, unled iged, 8g
Secu illes0 ot heri thban li. S. bods (lno
St ocks, o1therl thani leeral' Reserve
Stock of leederal Reserve Bank 150)
Value of banking house.. .. ... ..
lPurnitiure and fixtunres ....
ItOail estate owntbd oIther than IbanktI
Lawful reserve wih Fbe~deraI RUescr
('ash In vauilt and net amonita due I
Checks On ot her bankcs in the sameo
bank .......... ..........
Total of Items ..........
Checks on bainks located outside of
-lbank and other cash items .
Interest earned but not collected-a1
hills 'IeceIvable not past due,
')apital stock paid in ...........
Surplus fund .. .. ...... ... .
dndivided profits .. ..........
Less current expenses, interest, and I
fulterest and discount collected or er
tuirity and not earned (approxi,
Individual deposits subject to check
i'ertificates of deposit due in less tha
,money borrowed) .. .....,,
(dashier's cheoka otitatanding....
Igividends unpaid.. ..........
STotal of demand deposits (other
loct to Resroe.. ......
.0 ct~ates of ,deposit (other than fo
Oer time deposits .. .... ..
.Total of tltne deposits subject t(
State of South Carolina, County of 14
,I, C. H. IRoper, Cenhier of the a
that tha above statement is true to thi
Subhscribled andl sworn to before
N, B. UIAL,
C. 10. I(JINNIBDF,
INVESTIGAT! GA .
Committee of Three Senators Appoint. I
ed to Look Into Charges of Gov.
Columbia, Jan. 11.--.Lieut. Governor
Androw J. Bethoa, sprosidont of ti
senate, this morning announced i.b
appointment of Senators 1lY. Reece Wii
ilams, Alan Johnstone and .1. .W. Mc
Cown as the cQmmittec to investigate
the charges made by the governor
against Former (lame Warden RichU
ardson in his veto message. This com
mnittee tvill meet the flrst of next week,
and immediately begin the invostiga
The senate this morning killed a
bill by Senator Durant of Clarendon,
providing for the removal of sieriifs
or other peace or county oflicers for
incapacity, mujconiduct or neglect of
duty. This measure precipitated
qluite- a discussion, Senator J. F. Wil
Ilams, of Aiken, leading the fight on
the measure and Senators Duitant
and Blonhaln defending it.
The senate also killed 'Senator 1)u
diant's bill to amend the section of
laws with reference to causes for
which county auditors may be re
In the HIouse this morning Repre
sentatives Toole, Wasson, Robe, and
Crews Introduced a concurrent reso
lution requesting the state to cot
mission to rescind its instructions to
the county auditors to assess land
and personal property in the various
counties at 5,0 per cent of actual
IBoth the Senate and the Hlouse aid
Journed until 'i'uesday, tie Senate un
til 10:30 and the Iouse until II
Needles for all Sewing Mlachines.
S. M. & ill. II. WVi.KES & CO.
'ondit.lon of the
he (:lose of iutiness on Dec. :11, 1)17.
'' -- -- - - - .. .. .. $174,701.19
--- - -- . .. . .. 2,445.41 t
per cent and 4I per cent. 10,900.00
t including stocks) owned
Bank stock . .... ... 2,860.00
per cent of subscription) 2,700.00
-. .. .. .. .. - 22,227.05
- - -- - .. .. .. .. . 3,612.50
"g house.--.-.-.--.. .. 175.00 1
flank --.--.-.... .. 10,169.79 .t
)roecess of collection (ot
- - - - 816.70
rom national banks . . . 75,069.4.1
'rs, and trust comtpjanlies
city or town as reporting
-.. .. .. .. .. ...... 50.00.00
'-.. .. .. .. .10,000.00
edited, in advance of ima
tie) -. - -- .. . . .. 1,750.00
md trust companies ,. .. I1,382.3;
... .. .. 14,:182.36
. .. .. .. .. . J2.1,318.92
S . . - .. .. .. 75.01)
- -.. .. 1,732.22
than bank deposits) 'sub
- -.. ... .. ..12',160.14
r money horrowed) . . . . 38,8ir0
Iteeve... . 86,420.81 *76f99
-..-..-... .. .. .2.28,563.31
boeve-namfedl bank, (do solemunly s wear
e best of my knowidge and belijef.
I i. K. A IK ION, ('ash ier.
mec this !lth day of .lanua ry, I1918I.
MeclITI.N. Notary Pubtlich for, . l'
mdit ion of thie
'I'I ON. II.\N ,
lie ('lose' of liigshies.; in ).r., 1 7
including .'locks) owned
I lank $ stock............,...I
p~er ((ent oft unheipiti'tion i I ,75Anoo
-..-..-..-..-..-.. .. . . .. ...2,16.16
- ' .- - -- -. .. . . -.6001.00)
1ig hiouse.-.-.-.-.-.-. ...-..1,031.18
e fank - - - - - - . . . . 30, 15.6:'
alty' or town a s rplortinag
.. .. .. . .. 7,215.42
oity or town of reportIng
-- - -- . .. .. . .. 1,247.07
proximate-on Notes and
- - - - - - .. . . . . . .650.00
. - - - - - - - . . . . . . . . $100,000.00)
--- -- -- -- .. .. .. .. 2,000.00
.... .. . . ....37,847.36;
axes paId . . . . 17,3 16.27 20,531.09
edited, in advance of ma-.~
nto)....... ..... ..' 1,860.00
.- - -- . .. .. . .. 189,279.89
n 30 dayst (other than for
-- . ,- . .. .. . .. 19,741.71
--..--........... ., 731.89
than bank deposlit) sub
r money borrdwed) .. .. 78,760.26
- - - - -- -- .. .. .. 72,481.47
- ,... . $508,499.91
bove-namied bank, do solemnly swear
a best of my knowledge and belief.
C. I. ROPqm, Cashier.
no this 9th day of .January, 1918.
Il 0. BlA'I4A, Notary 'PublIc.
OLDJERS' PAY 1
A BliLION A YEA t
'Ay. Ranges From $80.00 Per Month
for Private to $10,000 Yearly for v
General. Special Service Pay and
Extra When Abroad.
Washington, Jan. 10.--The total
ay of the United States army in Do
ember was approximately $78,580,
00, the conmmittee on public informa
ion announced today in the second of
ts series of statements in the pay
f the army and navy and the opera
Ion of the -war risk Insurance bureau.
'his is at the rate of nearly $1,000,
00,000 a year.
The total does not include family
llowances or compensations for dis
bility of soldiers provided for in the
nsurance act and paid through the
var risk bureau.
The base pay of enlisted men rang
's from the $30 a month received by
lprivate on entering the service to
he $81 per month received by senior
;rado quartermaster sergcans; of the
uartermaster corps, band leaders,
haster electricians, master engineers
if the senior grade and master hos
Service pay for enlisted men, in
-luding n on-commissionel oflicers,
'anging from $:: to $2.1 a month, is <
.flowed for continuous re-cnl1st menlts
n(1 in the coast artillery extra pal
anging fron $2 a month to $9 a
nonth is allowed men when on spte
til assigtrtints. l'nlistedl men in
lie signal Corips, while on duty which
e tCA Ihem( to participate regular
y i airplane igI'hs. if they have thei
ating of aiat intio mechanics, recei'e
t per (''it !n.t(m( in their nioth-i
tali:adc tnen it .;erving in a for
ign oniti try, receive 20 per cent In.
renSe in pay comIputed on the base '
m4y and se rvice pay prevailing prior
o .1titne 1, 1:117, when an act of "c"n
a'ess increased for the period (i' th
va-r the pay of all enlisted imen in
10 tmttnIs ianging from 8 per cent to
0 her cent. 1Enlisted men on (e
ached duty where no army quarters
ire available a re allowed $15 a
nonth to c over housing expenses and
tIso suitable allowances for suh
istence and for heat. and light.
Ollicers' pay ranges from the $111.67
nitital pay received by a second lieu
enc >. each tmonth to the $10,000 a
-oar. for a general. Officers of the
auk up to and including colonel re
eive anl increase of 10 per cent
nown as longevity pay for each pert
td of five year's service, provided
hat such itcreatse shall not exceed
lt per cent. All officers on foreign
civics- receive an increase of 10 per
t'. in their htase Ptiy hidd longevity.
A lationf ofileers of the signal corps
1 rttached to that corps 'while on
luty which retiquires them to part id
late 1 ('g tlarly in aerial flights, are
inlitled to an Increase in the pay of
heir grade ranging fromh 25 per cent.
or aviat in officers to i her cent for
'reachers kept 'hems Wrt.
'PTh? aplcal to the churches to cont-.
i(erve ('Oai remnind~s the Coltumbla
lecord of a story toldi of Col. .J. New
oni llrown (If Antder'son, "onie of the
ow remitInlg brigade ctmmiainders
>f the Confeey andl a rare type of
hte rugged Sou th Ca rolitlan or a gen -
trationti tlit is gone.'" A Paistot c'om
41laine :,boutt the lack (of heat. in htis
lhurch1 aitd antounced thtat. thIere
ce. (enli he fixed. Whle rentun, (otl.
miv withn~ aorty, aig, "Wi ie don''
itt ix phlaation;.'' Thius stiire~d ('ol.
ro0wn an isi reply wa: eomethtin'
ke ti : " I nas; r'earied in thei w'et
obli;. Oar clhurlces weie buil of
o;g;anel lihe .itnow sittedi int trough
heiters'ti s on5 11 t' iathIt floor. Thte
muly be'nchie. we hadl wer'e punchielons
ond there was noi fire at. all. llut in
hiose days the prmeacheri kept. utp
varm!" Th application1101 of tie story.
The patriotIc dutty of farn/rs and
"ledener9 everywhere is tpincrease
cro, and food prod uctl 11l. Inten
sIve Lirmiln and ga ening, and
the lIberalins of fert!) ers, together
with proper 'otat In of crops, so
as to increase ior' mprove the fer
tIlIty and prjjfl"veniess of the
land, are all 'dtat "'d necessary
conaiderations at the yesent time.
Wood's Descriptive Catalog
For 1918 gIven the futlles~t and most
up-to-dato Information in regardi
Farm and Garden Seeds
And tells about the best crops to
grow, both for profi t and home use ..
V/rtto for Catalog and prices of
Grass and Clover Seods, S'
Catlo aodPr'oo On
T. W. WOOD) 't il
*1(ltingj all li( .')4i
l0titre hieatedi1 Wl o
holIday erery~ .'tli
ays the Record, Is that 'congrega..
Ions should learn to put up) with d is
omtorts In war times and the preach
r"s shouldI warmi them uI."--Orccn
Jibl Daily News.
I'll Show Yn
Corr s P. l Of f!"
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Sold iln I 4)11IC II.' 3'CI!03!1 end ed
in 3I.1 Il wo l'I !)";ltO'll '" ,. 1.(301 3) ,e
:LOreh I)'g 'O." 3'a ut'nm I)'u _ S ('"
1. I". Posey.
tiI I; ii .\l S lhI~JLA'I''7
AM l'ltI(A'S TIERtMS
hiuh Ed itor!; D~o Not Like War Alms
As Sta~ted I y :'resident ilsoni.
"I 'i3l~rlilded i nl ietiec" Sa3 .; Otto
Amlsto3'ddln, JaIai I.--4'omei1rn3 lu g
on3 :'residlent I 0Wi 1)101'S address th) Ile
Not'd lDotztScill AlIl-gciili ZL'itling
"Th p iog3'i 3310 t~l point ( loae 1)11f.ra
real sym131phony. ofr will ito no( peace.
hlog11 inig will hiIiis joy fill laniare of
)li ree113 of thle sea1ts nil ( (other
tin igs, o11 which the Whiole world( Is
st; 1:etd even jr Ii )'ei'sily ofci (13)11' ion
ex iat t egariding tii.. Met)hod 01'
teni iza lion, ". r. Wilson's intervent1101
is 3103 wvauteal. IHlvI ig the ojipor
I 13313y oIf servintg pea1ce, lie has 1n01,
1)3ly5 fa)ileid hut1. has clearly ex pressed
1 ('oliti';i iy inltenti on,
-A pial ing to tlhe self-deterPhl Inn
I ion of nationis, he( Ipresum~es to in
3tef'r Ini tiht internial alffairs' of
11";'1'a r-I-Hungary and proclaims the
icv of doing violenco to nations
lilt disregard for all historical and
"With equal non-chalanco, he finds
reason for the partition of Turkey,
ticit its could only be voiced by a
tuat whose policy ains at playing
off. one against another, of peoples
",d narls of peoples m ho belong to
andher are conscious of their
'he Koltiche Volkj:jzcjitung Says
"I'resident W 'ilion's program su)
11-tialy squares with Lloyd ( George.
LADY OF VA.NI
Terrib1e Attacks of C a
W old Die'-.Took
men~ft, Hasni't H.
'it'rrl ie biA C h , s of I tc ni 1p a :le
"1 i;tuffierIed ftonit s;to';!-h tI'Juonb
t ' (w li~ i ne11d'I iti hit : (I;(
tr: :: M id I onldi( talc ! :; 1.,
t i t1 1 i wi1 iti t(;, lii i) l
I nith i ul imott l vtui g;; 4 a
Ii) l Id on .liral w rco mm to otr
:l' ' o11 ranip. I )Ii eI tt iet . it
Xee. I ha Ve gailt'n :10 gn h it
t.h1 ti l ng veryitt e d lir'e aii I ca
I took .\eid leI on .\linerai mi 1 s eet
whaits nothing else thatri I. I h: l ti<
w'ondelrful inedicine and belIievye i
1o dlo if taken acowding to dlirec:t
Ie of Van Dk.1e . Iit iehal n nlt oni
When your streap('nuh gives nt
al (day long instead of skippig a
aking a few drops of this natura
ir Is simply wond~erful11. Peoples a
.\lineral. The beauity ahot it is thu
l'alional iron. ehleape'r, strongoer, a1
iron. A twe:(lve olnnen boll ttl snall'
to diestion. kidneys, and lhalder
(lri: inal bottles andti 11, trade mar!1
i"trrodine ('hemical I'orp. tAnalttnb
;i'ts have i. (et a hotle today.
The Union Central
Offers an Insurance
Liberality and at a Ref
ASSETS $114,684,244 IN,
W. H. CLI
Box 40 ':THE INSU
"On the Insid
No matter how chilly
comfortable if you hav
in the house. You can
wherever extra wvarmntl
is econioical, conveni<
Now used in over 3,O(
'Use it wit h Aladdin Sc
warmflth fmom a gallon.
STA NIAUD 01 1
IIlim.I *n1 t
heMickS~e o ihe 'lot' I i
the (U. 8. linter.~~Ileii sMe- haur
t' ed inthe I e (' 3nMt~ 14 er-t1 hanthCr
rIi 10 lp ost Office oj'-pai
~0tit4 titx lpye5 .t .iti to a1s- fliark
turns 111 . lDtp ojle' ngo ol i fe Ii .
do ithf4 the ej'n Itxx oth- in 1
It liretl l I tat0 11 , hl p' Th'
'.4 wnn I hibh-,,n b
- U is ai lte
11do nog liakhe (1 i-M l ha
lheavy Iteanil3 *'(i( ne '
It Is uflacceptablc for us as is the
BritisJh and ii more brutal still than
that of 'Lloyd George. lHe (lonandil
the severance from~ the (Oerittui em
p)ire of 'Alsace Lorraine which i8
aiuie-tenthsi Inhabited by (. L'i'nan.B,
and lie eit uinglilsedi dtin !v14 tix
e Vt' taite from te epir le (' parts
of)1' i''tii haitedC~ by theII I '(ICS."
le rliner' IAoka IA14e ;~i',
:an article Miirler Ilhe "1ean"'
u[ne lei'. i' 11w whole wuit.''
KE S WEAK
1-I TROUB..,, SHE
mp s Made Her Fear She
'iiple Home Treat
ad Cramp Sin~ce.
1 SHE DID IT
ir eal Shle Woutll d Dii. Tooik SIiph
(' i'" ;1 ';,(:,'. 1 ijliedl i((:I;:.) d ill: ihlat
Ililt :' (;(oIl. ]'4'et'v( hu : th t ,l ate
.t' . i'iia;' I ha: .::eerth l l aid I tlidti't
irc off41 al I ('ul not140 walls
(,1',' ' .:i(i ".. :,:;;t , j t'v end( whencr.
the 4('l'4 114 ':, --m' a rl
1d n(1 el'r t loui I hat~ n; a :''mr hiad
1;1;; 1 .; ;1t ~ I "LL adi 4114 it (11,('.11'1 hurt
;" it'4 I cas 4 'ld 11)1 ' I or' 'All-i su4itesr
':111'1. d iii Ol' :1111' e'pti~. 11 ha:s 'lono
wi!I mlii(' t '4yIi ili itP is. 4''('4ioilnieldeti
i:'E ,yol 1('el like dra:ii1g irlmtid
'(inii1 s'pr'v :u~i' lively Ilke of1 ol,1 try
I iron in 1 a ss of wate :le'aIto' meals.
it is~ .jutst. It'e h iglily conleo Prated
4( 1I1)10 Ixe ('1 t foPr l(('oli( il 1need. of
S1,11!I; 1' a. diollar anl a., a I (!li o' aid
it bet4' l :IIllii'(. 14. I.; :it 'ml i nl in
ife Insurance C).
C/'ntract Unexcelled in
nfrkable Low Net Cost.
5JRAN CE IN FORCE $472,603,217
RANCE MAN" Phone 216
la, S. C.