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Statement of the Condlition of the
BANK OF OWINGS,
Located at OylIgs, S. i., at the close
Of ilulsiless March 4, 1919.
Loans and Diseonts .. . .$ 48,333.16
Overdrafts .......... 2,530.03
Furnbiture and Fixtures . 1,315.62
Banking House .. .. ....1,287.54
Due fron ilankis 111 Bank
ers -1-6..... .......16,741.22
Currency ..4.......... 451.00
Silver and Other Coin .. .. 254.28
Checks and Cash Iteins .. 78.00
Capital Stock Pal In .. ..$ 13,700.00
Surplus Win 1(.. ...........5,300.00
Undivi(ed(l Profits, less Cur
rent Exiivnses and Taxes
'Pai(.. ............ 367.83
Ii)ividends LIni ati .. .. 1.. ,096.00
h1d(I1Idu1l Ih)-posits Subjeel,
to Check .. ....$10,111.5.1
Time CeIrllentes of De
1) 0.;11. .. .. . '. . .2. ,7. 164
Caslhier's Checks . 1-1.05 .15,16.25
Hills Playable, including Cer
Iifleates for Money lior
royd (;............. ,,000.00
Other Iiabilities ........ 110.77
Total............ ..$ 70,990.85
State of South Carolina.
County of I'aurens.
Bef4ore mne came G. W. ofwings, Pres
ilent of the ahove namel bank. who,
heing d1liY sworn. says that the above
(nnl forefolng statenent Is a true con
mlitIon of sald bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
O. W. OWINGS.
Sworn to and subseribed before me
this 12th (lay of March, 1919.
R. M. Bryson,
Correct Attest: G. W. Owings, F. R.
Owbngs, R. 'M. Bryson, Directors.
The Strong Withstand the Winter
Cold Better Than the Weak
You must have Health, Strength and En
durance to fight Colds, Grip and Influenza.
When your blood Is not In a healthy
condition and does not circulate properly,
your system Is unable to withstand the
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
Fortifies the System Against Colds, Grip
and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching
It contains the well-known tonic prop
erties of Quinine and Iron In a form
acceptable to the most delicate stomach,
and is pleasant to take. You can soov feel
Its Strengthening, Invigorating Effect. 60c.
So-These Soles Save
You Shoe Money
"I have been wearing my shoes with
Neolin Soles nearly a year, and they
are apparently in as good condition as
whenIlbought them."-written August,
1918, by W. I1. Cocke, Officer, A.E.F.,
Only Ne6lin Soles could endure a test
like this. That they do so is because
of the tough durability built ' to them
by a scientific process. T cut your
shoe bills down, buy shoe with these
long-wearing soles. The come in
many styles for men, omen, and,
Remember-Neolin es are fle 'ble
and waterproof, too, an are av able
everywhere for re-soli g. T y are
made by The Goodye Tir & Rub
ber Co., Akron, Ohio, Wvho iso make
Wingfoot H-eels-.-guaran ed to out
wear all other heels. '
"Bayer Cross" on Tablets.
American Owvned, Entirely!
"Bayer Tab ets of Asp'''
Offer Reli --witl afetyl!
For Hegacl e C ds
T oothlache Influenzal Colds
Earache: Achy Joints
Lumbago PaIn 1 Pain I
Adults--Take one or two~
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
with water. If necessary, re
peat dose three times a day.
Xsiing the tratde mar1 '' flayer Manutfac
tureof onnceti na ofSulicylicachti
Duy, the flayer packages only.
20-cent. nackago-Alno larger siles.
Dials, March 17.-The people of the
community were treated to a surprise
marripge- recently 'when Miss Jewell
Curry and Mr. Coniway Gray, both of
this place were married. Thursday
afternoon, '.larch ith, the young peo
ple motored to Fount tin inn whore
they were quietly married, thereby
stealing a march on relatives and
friends alike. Alrs. Gray is the only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Curry,
and for over a year has been emiployv
ed as clerk for Holt & Co. at (ray
Court, and is a young lady universal
ly liked by all wlo') 1(110 hr. .r r.
Gray' is a t on 'o ' Mr. and1 Mrs. Zack
(Gray and a farme'r of muoch ability.
For a few days the young cou ple are
making their home with the parents
of tile grouom, after which theluy will be
"'at home" to their friends kt the
I older place, the home' of Ile gioomli.
Mr. Marvin Ilarris, who has bqen
takiing a course of tIraining is paynias
ter of the navy, at Princeton liniversi
ty, slpent last wegk with Ills parents,
Mir. and 'Mrs. 1). D. Ilaris, of this
place, having received hils dischar'ge
from the navy, before going on to
Charleston, Where he will resume his
old position in a well known drug
store In that city:
Mr. I). D. Birdwnlcc spent last week
in Laurens, where he was In attend
ance at court as a juror.
Mr. D. D. fHarris and daughter, Miss
IEmma, and .Messrs. Marvin and Pierce
Harris 'were shopping In Laurens
Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Gillespie and chil
dren have returned to their home in
Greenville after a week-end visit with
Mrs. Gilleapios' parents, (Mr. and Mrs.
Mlisses Cecil Owings and Eileen
Curry were business visitors in Laiu
rens Tuesday afternoon.
Mossrs. Joe Brownlee, Paul Aber
eroinbic an4 Misses Fannie and Sallie
Brownlee were among the number
who motored to Aturens Tuesday af
ternoon from this place, to view the
"Edith 'Cavel Oase" at the Opera
Miss McDowell, of Fountain Inn,
'wa.s the attractive guest. of relatives
and friends h*:re last week.
Quite a number from this place are
conteml)'ing -going -ip to le "M -.:n
tain City" dari.g he w" 'k mo take -n
the automnobili and fashion show.
M'. and Mrs. Win. 'ilrooks and little
Sarah ielle motored to SimpiSonville
Sunday, where they were vislto's of
Mr. and Mrs, Roy Gray.
The box supper at Dials school
house came off as scheduled Friday
evening, and was largely attended. A
nice little sum was realized from the
sale of the boxes, the autioneer be
lug 'Prof. Ralph Wilson, of Owings,
who ciied his wares in his host and
haieirst manner. It was the inten
tion of the teachers, Misses Owings
and Curry, to have some one 'ecently
i'ettiu'ned fi'om .oveiseas, to lecture
also. I lowever, as C'apt. Richecy (the
sp)eaker' in view) had an engagement
foi' the evening that part of thle prio
gram was given upl, as It "was impiiossi
bile to get a subhstitut e. Yet desilte
his disappointment, the evening was
a success In every way.
Miss Mat tie Simonsl. of G1reen
wood, accompanied by her' little nicee,
Eelanor,. spenl Satur'day till Tuesday
wvith hier iiother,. .Imrs. ii. Y. Simmons.
Prof. Charles F. Btrooks, of ilam
hei'g, was thle w'eek-end gumest of his
mothler,. Mi's. I. S. Ttrooks.
MIss .Jeanet te TIhoimiason luad as her'
guest Saturday night Miss Laurft Hel
Mi'. and Mirs. Con way Gi'ay wer'e
Sundiray visitors of .Mr'. Sami Ciury and
Aflte a selge' of nmuch dliseomfoi't and
I nconv~enIcece to thle traveling publllic
throuighiout thIiIs andu surr' oundin(i g coin
inuiiit ics, the bridge whlich spans the
creek at Ithi pl ace has been rebuilt
at last, Ilhouueh stil leavilng much to
be desi red. as it is so elevated that to
gain the briden z'oper' a rnnling Jumop
has to lbe '''d1' w'hether' by a Johni
1lienr'y or I 'id'on Six, and as for a
wagon or hmur~v. if the team is strong,
the top is renu''rall y gained (not with
out a strui-e''( t houugh) where all is
smoothu son' " luntil one tumbles off
into a hole '' n fol!ing howv deelp) on
'thb -othier Dowever, there is no
condition '." t coulId be0 worse
andi~ thme '' -teful t hat passing,
though so'4 ''' of an undertaking,
is Possible once more.
To S e 6a dro
CAPT. VICTOR HEINTZ
Capit. Vietor I [eitzy, R1epublicant
member of the houlse fromt Ohio, has
been conspicuous in eongroess and the
capital for some time with his Sam
Brown belt and the overseis Insignia.
Both accessories are worns contrary to
army regulatltis, but Captan lleintz
ham secureI his aischarge and asks.
'Why should I -.ot wear in the United
itates the insignia I wore in battle
iverseas? Why should any American
<oldier be stripped of the overseas in
signia by the whimn of the high coin
mand of the United States army ?"
He Never Thought of That.
First Lieutenant Kennedy was in
-trueting his plittooti of rookies as to
how they should make out their clothes
"Now, men," said the lieutenant,
"you will order your shoes two sizes
-atrger tian those You lve worn in
,qvilian life, bencuttse the long hikes
xill cause the feet to spreal."
"Na w, suh," horned lit a very large
ftrimer from western Virginia, "not
The lieut elanlt was surt'prisedl at 9,his
remttark, which made him a bit angry.
Raisig Ithis voice he asked the farmer
wL.y he refused to wear his shoes two
"Because, suit, they don't make
shoes two sizes larger than I wear."
See our display of White o'-Mountain
lIefrigerators. Sixteenl sizes to select
S. M. & E. H1. WILKES & CO.
ACIDITY OF STOMACH,
INDIGESTION OR GAS
Eat one Tablet! (met Iustant relief
by taking~ Pape's D~hiipipsint.
Whetn mteals dlon't fit and yo~p b)elcit
gats, acids and uudigested f ad. W~hen
.1on fee0l lumttps 01 diisitr I n tach,
lauin, flatuece, hte, ' It 01 headachit,
I lore is insta cliefC--No wa uitng!
.1lust as soon as you eat aL tablel oi
Pal'j ts D~iepsint all the dyspepsia,
inidigestion and stomtacht distress ends.
Thtese pleasanut, har'mless tablets of
Pape's Ilapepsin never failso to mtake
sick, upsitet stoachs feel fine at oncet,
anud they cost so little al dIrug stote.
Staltemenet of the ('ondition of the
BANK OF CROSS iIIL,
Loca'ted at (ross liil, S. C., at the
close of~ buiness~~ 3iarh 4, i919.
Lsoans antc dDiscounttts . . . . $230,289.69
Overdrafts .. .... ...... 330
110ond1 and Stocks Ownted by
Sthe Banik.... .......... 10,000.00
Pitrniture and Fix tures. .. ...1.00.00
Itank ing H ouse........ .. .. 1,250.21
Due from lianks andi Bank
ers .. .. .. .. 27,592.79
Currency ......... 2,22.00
Gold.. ........ ...... 55c0.00
Silver and Oilier (doin ., . . 819.44
Checks and Cash *iterfis .. 317.53
Total.. ........ .....$273,34.69
Capital .Stock Paid In .. ..$ 50,000.00
Su rplus Fund. .. .. .. .. ..25,000.00
Undivided Profits, less 'Cur'
rent Expenses and TIaxes
Paid .. . .. .. .... 7,122.80
D~ividends Unpaid ... . 32.00
Individult Deposits Subject
to Check... $82,544.65
Tfimo Certificates of D~e
ptosi t. .. .. .. .68,064.45
Cashier's Chtecks . 890.79 151,479.89
Bills Payable, including Cer
tificates for Money Bor
Total.. ........ ....4$273,634.69
'State of South Carolina,
County of Liaurens.
Before me camte 10. B. Rlasor, 'Cash
ier of the above niatted bank, who, be
ing duly sworn, says that the above
'nd foregoing siatetmentt is at trite Con
dition of said bank, as shtown by the
books of said bantk.
'10. B. RASOR.
Sworn to and subsc;rlbed before me
this Ilitcl ay of Marcht, 1919.
Correct Attest: WV. C. P-9or'. J. H.
Miller, R. A. Auntlit, 1ireomsa
We are temporaily located next to
Owing & Owing's Store, opposite
the Southern Express Office. We
are making additions to our regular
garage to take care of our growing
business. When completed we ex
pect to have a garage equal to
any in the State.
Your patronage solicited.
W. C. WALDROP, Proprictor
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